The Infinite Jeff (part 2): A Parable of Change

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Please read part 1 before reading this part. Stanley, an out of work tech writer, gets a short-term contract job across the country. Of the three areas he feels give meaning to life: family, work, religion; he has left the only one of the three which has meaning to him, family, to go be ‘just a tech writer’ at ‘just another company.’ But ... More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781311680723
About Will Holcomb

Will Holcomb is a software engineer, writer and playwright, among other things. His four part book "The Infinite Jeff", explores questions facing both the individual and society/humanity. It takes a fascinating look at religion and human potential. He is currently editing part 3 of "The Infinite Jeff", and working on a new play. The first play, "Shakespeare Rocks", was written for a youth troupe as a fun way to get them interested in Shakespeare. His second play, "Clinically Un-Depressed", premiered to sold out shows and standing ovations. It explores the possibility of how lives could be transformed if we simply reacted differently to others.

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Review by: Matt Moore on July 25, 2016 :
Part 2 continued Stanley's journey wonderfully! I love the depth of character development and interweaving of story lines. I sent both books as gifts to my family and can't wait for Part 3.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)

Review by: Kb57 on May 29, 2016 :
Part 2 just as much a page turner as 1. Looking forward to part 3.
(reviewed 38 days after purchase)

Review by: indigocenter on May 01, 2016 :
Just finished reading Part 1 and 2 of this lovely book nonstop and am anxious to dive into Part 3. The simple clear writing kept me enchanted. Many authors tend to write spiritual topics with an air of conceit, but that was not the case. What may seem a heavy topic to some was confirmation to me that we do live in a balanced universe and perception is what determines whether we experience "Heaven" or "Hell". Jeff is certainly a magical character. It would be tough to have to go home to a "normal" life after his experiences with him! Great job, Will!
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)

Review by: geoswan on Nov. 20, 2014 :
As a avid amateur scholar of "American Utopias" I was most impressed with both book1 and especially book2--Great insights into the pre-conditions for growth to higher states of consciousness necessitated in dealing with relationships. Proactively dealing with the nature of change for growth as an art form is a good description of both of Will's introductory books--cant wait for book 3 and 4!!!
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)

Review by: Gailreinap on Oct. 23, 2014 :
Part 2 is just as interesting as Part 1. The timing was perfect for me. My mom died just after I finished this Part 2. Both parts regarding the content of explaining Heaven gave me great comfort. I wait with anticipation being able to read what happens next in this series. I read a lot books and I hardly ever remember the content of prior books but this book pops up in my thoughts frequently. Gail
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)

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