When Chaim Rosenberg starts to hear things in the Spirit, he soon learns that others are hearing them too. With the help of a small group of Australian Aborigines, spiritually sensitive people from throughout Australasia are drawn together in a movement that will mark the start of a new age in human consciousness. More
This novel by Dave Mckay is neither a sequel nor a prequel to his best seller "Survivors", but it is an equel. It tells the same story and covers the same period of time, but does so from a radically different Australasian perspective.
This is a different perpective on religion. I like that the novel tries to see the positive side, though not ignoring the negative side of the religions it presents. It paints a picture of what it could be like if people genuinely sought unity with one another without getting bogged down in religious and ideological competition.