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Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite
In Day of Forgiveness by Paul Anthony, life altering moments come in all forms. For Tobias Sinclair, it was an almost fatal blow to the head that changed his life. Suddenly he was more aware and could see things more clearly, but did not like what he saw. Suddenly everything and everyone around him looked different, backward and so basic; as if they could be better, do better. Tobias felt more enlightened, he knew more than everyone else and felt compelled to share his new knowledge; knowledge that even he couldn't fully comprehend. His previous work, about the coming of the New Age, was already strange and controversial enough and hard to explain, but this felt different, more important, more compelling and even harder to explain. Tobias knew he had been chosen for a higher purpose. With his two trusted accomplices, he embarked on the new chapter of his life and all the challenges and the exciting possibilities it offered. Unlike his previous work that took him from city to city, this would take him across planets.
Day of Forgiveness by Paul Anthony is a deeply profound story with wildly intriguing theories about humanity and civilization. The book is an exciting combination of mystery, sci-fi and suspense, all delivered with a captivating grip. I was fascinated by the way Paul Anthony portrayed the main character of the story - Tobias Sinclair - and his inner struggle as he strove to understand his new purpose and fulfill his longing to change the world to a better place through knowledge. The depth of this character, and all the other characters in the book, is simply amazing. Day of Forgiveness by Paul Anthony is the kind of story that makes you believe that all hope is not lost for humanity.