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Alton Bock enjoys telling stories about courageous people. He has long been inspired by people of principle, people who always choose the right course over the easy course. Alton's writing may delve into different genres of fiction and may explore themes of regret, loss-of-faith, and struggle against impossible odds, but at its core his work is always to highlight the benefits of being courageous and principled in all we do.
In addition to crafting stories, he enjoys gardening, playing piano, game development, and cycling. He lives in the Midwest with his adoring wife and three hilarious sons.
on July 14, 2012 :
Can you live on faith alone? Ethon has no faith and is not sure it is needed. Ethon needs to see if the law really has prevented war for 3 thousand years. He sees there is merit in some of the law he is just not sure it is the only way to live. When the rebels come to town and then just disapear, he needs to see for himself if Genesis is real. Along his journey he meets different village people who have made up their own versions of the law. Ethon finds that changing the law to fit your own may not work either. As he faces challenges, his faith in the law changes. His quest comes to a conculsion with Ethon finding answers to all his questions. Enjoyed reading this book. I will be reading it again, and look forward to more books in the future.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)