Edward - Interactive

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The events of Edward came to light in 1990; it is now time to admit they are biographical. The events around Edward in the 1480s and 1490s changed World history; if only he had made different choices we would live in a kinder World, only he could have ended the Tudor tyranny.
With the rediscovery of King Richard III it is time to follow the cup, the sword and druid glass offered in this story. More
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Words: 115,990
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476325026
About Mike Voyce

Child of loving parents and the Universe.
Solicitor (as described in EDWARD), Teacher (of Law, Psychology and Spirit), now retired. An unnatural state which gives time to write
THE TRUTH ABOUT HISTORY.
It is time I opened my mind to readers, on reincarnation, the nature of reality, other worlds (past and present) we all have shared or can share. EDWARD is the first instalment, The Necromancer is the second.

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Edward - Interactive is unique in several ways, as an ebook with over 60 hyperlinks to video, music, people and places. It's unique for telling the truth of early Tudor history, and revealing the last Plantagenet prince who rightfully should have been king of England. It's also uniques for being the longest and most detailed study of a single past-life regression.

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Review by: Doris Holmes on Jan. 18, 2013 :
I thought I would go cross-eyed or lose my mind before I got to the end of this book, however it is too interesting to put down. This author tells a great story and you vascillate between thinking he is crazy or on to something fantastical. If you like English history in the eara of the Tudors, you will enjoy this book. I am surprised it was free.
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Review by: lee sanders on May 09, 2012 :
Very good read....well worth the download!
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Review by: Nicholas Ginex on May 08, 2012 :
My first impression of Mike Voyce’s novel was his fine writing style. His sentences were not long, flowery, or pedantic but clear and enjoyable to read. He created a tension between two main characters very nicely and the affection between them was charming and offered anticipation of greater things to follow in their relationship.

You entered into the life of Edward when he was just a little boy. Your novel is beautifully written in a story-spun fashion that takes the reader to another period of time. Good work!! I liked the way you transitioned from the present into the past and back with your hypnotic ability to live the life of an interesting figure.

As the author, you constantly talk to the reader, which shows a masterful touch at writing. I liked how you explained to the reader that you will later describe why the Duke of Buckingham rebelled. I also tend to talk to the reader in making a point. You did so with the following on Page 24, “Man proposes but God disposes and Man’s destiny is not in his own hands.” But also, I like the way you digress to read a novel within a novel; “the novelty is to reveal what lay in my mind (Page 39).”

It’s funny that you mentioned Giordano Bruno on Page 40 for he was introduced to me by overhearing a conversation between my father and his brothers. In writing “Future of God Amen,” I researched the life of this man and was impressed with his perception and existence of life in other parts of our universe. He was presented in the first chapter as one of the reasons that motivated me to write the book. It was after he wrote “De I’Infinito, Universo e Mondi” that gave the Church Fathers reason to burn him at the stake.

After reading Pages through 66, I was interested in your wanderings into the question of the soul. You had channeled many times by now into Edward’s life and I particularly enjoyed your association of Eadie to Sarah. At this point, I am became interested in your thoughts about the soul and how one’s life may be linked to past lives. In any case, I have enjoyed how you weave a story and the style of your writing. If was as if I was reading something I would have written in terms of your writing style.

The brief history of England’s kings, princes, and so on was somewhat interesting for I never was exposed to the many marriages that were legitimate verses second-hand picks towards the throne. Upon reaching Page 195, I learned much about Edward, in particular, the growing love relationship and intimacy with Eadie; his first true love. I was impressed with the training Edward received from Thomas in swordsmanship. It was exciting reading to see his success with somebody that challenged him to the death, and later how he stood off five upstarts intent on killing him in an inn. After the two fights to defend himself and save his life, Edward got some wise counseling from William Gibbons and it is repeated here for others to add to their store or wisdom: “Listen to me, Edward, if you remain so open and honest, if you continue to be ruled by your heart instead of your head, it will lead straight to the block.”

As a writer, you have a great understanding of love and fortunate to have met women with intelligence, good looks, and love of life; yet you are wise to know that what is really needed, by both man and woman, is to love someone who returns your love, with a pure heart and a true spirit (Page271).

There was a little philosophical thought you tinkered with about fatalism and predestination whereby Edward was bound to meet his duties as a subject of the King (Page 286). In reverence to the King, duty and position had to be honored in deference to pride and arrogance in defending a principle. Still, Edward, you, and I share another point of view and that is, “On the other hand, I railed against injustices and demanded of Heaven and Earth my sovereign right to amend what didn't please me. What a sick joke does that same human misery make if we have the power but not the wit or the will to change it?” It is these words that reminded me why I wrote and continue to reveal to others how God was first conceived by mankind in Future of God Amen.
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Review by: Nicholas Ginex on May 08, 2012 :
A Review of Edward – A Novel by Mike Voyce
by Nicholas P. Ginex
April 2, 2012

My first impression of Mike Voyce’s novel was his fine writing style. His sentences were not long, flowery, or pedantic but clear and enjoyable to read. He created a tension between two main characters very nicely and the affection between them was charming and offered anticipation of greater things to follow in their relationship.

You entered into the life of Edward when he was just a little boy. Your novel is beautifully written in a story-spun fashion that takes the reader to another period of time. Good work!! I liked the way you transitioned from the present into the past and back with your hypnotic ability to live the life of an interesting figure.

As the author, you constantly talk to the reader, which shows a masterful touch at writing. I liked how you explained to the reader that you will later describe why the Duke of Buckingham rebelled. I also tend to talk to the reader in making a point. You did so with the following on Page 24, “Man proposes but God disposes and Man’s destiny is not in his own hands.” But also, I like the way you digress to read a novel within a novel; “the novelty is to reveal what lay in my mind (Page 39).”

It’s funny that you mentioned Giordano Bruno on Page 40 for he was introduced to me by overhearing a conversation between my father and his brothers. In writing “Future of God Amen,” I researched the life of this man and was impressed with his perception and existence of life in other parts of our universe. He was presented in the first chapter as one of the reasons that motivated me to write the book. It was after he wrote “De I’Infinito, Universo e Mondi” that gave the Church Fathers reason to burn him at the stake.

After reading Pages through 66, I was interested in your wanderings into the question of the soul. You had channeled many times by now into Edward’s life and I particularly enjoyed your association of Eadie to Sarah. At this point, I am became interested in your thoughts about the soul and how one’s life may be linked to past lives. In any case, I have enjoyed how you weave a story and the style of your writing. If was as if I was reading something I would have written in terms of your writing style.

The brief history of England’s kings, princes, and so on was somewhat interesting for I never was exposed to the many marriages that were legitimate verses second-hand picks towards the throne. Upon reaching Page 195, I learned much about Edward, in particular, the growing love relationship and intimacy with Eadie; his first true love. I was impressed with the training Edward received from Thomas in swordsmanship. It was exciting reading to see his success with somebody that challenged him to the death, and later how he stood off five upstarts intent on killing him in an inn. After the two fights to defend himself and save his life, Edward got some wise counseling from William Gibbons and it is repeated here for others to add to their store or wisdom: “Listen to me, Edward, if you remain so open and honest, if you continue to be ruled by your heart instead of your head, it will lead straight to the block.”

As a writer, you have a great understanding of love and fortunate to have met women with intelligence, good looks, and love of life; yet you are wise to know that what is really needed, by both man and woman, is to love someone who returns your love, with a pure heart and a true spirit (Page271).

There was a little philosophical thought you tinkered with about fatalism and predestination whereby Edward was bound to meet his duties as a subject of the King (Page 286). In reverence to the King, duty and position had to be honored in deference to pride and arrogance in defending a principle. Still, Edward, you, and I share another point of view and that is, “On the other hand, I railed against injustices and demanded of Heaven and Earth my sovereign right to amend what didn't please me. What a sick joke does that same human misery make if we have the power but not the wit or the will to change it?” It is these words that reminded me why I wrote and continue to reveal to others how God was first conceived by mankind in Future of God Amen.
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Review by: jo cox on May 08, 2012 :
great read
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Review by: Louise Eames on May 07, 2012 :
Thoroughly entertaining from start to finish. Highly recommended.
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Review by: Laura Campbell on May 06, 2012 :
Excellent read
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Review by: Diane Morgan on May 02, 2012 :
You will enjoy the depth of information and historical fact you will find woven into this amazing, well written book by Mike Voyce. It is open, honest and written in a language that is easy to follow and it will draw you into the storyline as though you were actually there playing a part as the story unfolds. You need have no belief in Reincarnation or Hynotherapy to enjoy 'Edward' but I guarantee that it will make you question your belief system if you do not already believe. All you have to do to travel between the present and the past is to open up your copy of 'Edward' and take part in the journey. A thoroughly good read!!!!
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Review by: Kat Adams on May 02, 2012 :
Great book! I would definitely recommend it to read.
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Review by: Melinda Le Baron on April 27, 2012 :
Mike Voyce is a brave man for writing this book - and what a book it is! This is like nothing I've read before. Harnessing the power of the Internet the book is peppered with links that directly apply to the matter at hand, video from the author giving further perspective and period music to set the tone. It is both the story of Mike Voyce and Edward de Stafford who should have been rightfully King of England. Mike starts by having a vision of Edward's death by beheading when he was a child. He is now much later an adult of settled years as another vision takes him. He figures out who these visions are about, and through meditation continues channeling the spirit of Edward starting with the rebellion and beheading of Edward's father, Henry. As Edward runs for his life as a boy of only 7, his life is passionately told by Mike through this book. The parallels to his own life he draws as well and are hard to miss.

This book is so compelling,not only because of the story of Edward, but the story of Mike as well. His experiences which he lays bare for all and sundry are so amazing for you see he's a lawyer, and doubts himself virtually every step of the way. Does he have a great destiny? My feeling is absolutely. - if only he'll take it. Look to mikevoyce.com for more information. This book is highly recommended for anyone with an open mind.
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