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Reviewed by Deborah Lloyd for Readers' Favorite
Catherine was running late again. Leaving her hotel on a hot Athens morning, she hailed a cab for a ride to the airport. Immediately, the cheerful young driver smiled at her, and she perceived his gentle and genuine manner. After setting up his tablet of glorious photographs and giving her food and drink, the conversation began. The driver, well-educated in many areas, began his teaching of philosophy in a down-to-earth, understandable way. In the prelude, it is noted that this is philosophy for the masses. The conversation between the two is the core of this illuminating treatise on how we have learned to deal with the symptoms of negative thoughts rather than the cause. The explanation of the Octopus Phenomenon is the capstone of Luminous Eternal Angels: Part One by The Citizen.
Based on an actual event, the dialogue reflects what was conveyed during a taxicab ride in Athens, Greece. The shift that occurs in Catherine’s perspectives is truly a joy to observe. And, if the reader takes the time to absorb each new facet of knowledge, one’s perspective will also change. While capturing as much spoken material as possible in the writing of the text, the writer aptly creates a smooth flow of many thoughts and ideas. The prelude to the book is very well crafted and clearly explains how the reader will benefit in new understanding. The writer also explains this book is Part One, and Part Two will be released in December 2018. Part Two will present tools, or methods, to be used during this philosophical quest. Luminous Eternal Angels: Part One by The Citizen will be appreciated by those who yearn for true self-awareness.