Not to Touch the Earth

Fiction - Supernatural
236 Pages
Reviewed on 07/09/2022
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Author Biography

Felix Little grew up in the era of rayon and pop tarts. He possesses no towering accolades or fancy trophies. What he aims to do is produce thought-provoking and entertaining ideas to chew on around the campfire. Nestled firmly in the suburban undertow of progressive Northern California, both the flash and glitz of the city, and the serene escape of wilderness, were equally accessible. In the world before Instagram reels and YouTube videos, Felix’s vivid imagination led him to explore the written word at an early age. Like so many of us, the struggle of life dashed his dreams early on, but an obstinate persistence and blissful ignorance has led him to you. With a surprise success out of the gates, his epic adventure novel Not to Touch the Earth has readers pondering the true nature of progress and how it affects our connection to nature.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Emma Megan for Readers' Favorite

Not to Touch the Earth by Felix Little is a gripping novel about the importance of living in harmony with nature. Nia and Karana hope they will manage to make a new home for themselves far away from their tribe. Nia has a special connection with nature and believes everything has life. She can communicate with the environment, but Karana is not as trusting of her ethereal methods. Even though all the tragedies seem long behind them, the past still haunts them and causes them pain. Karana carries with him the problems that troubled their tribe and also a dark secret. He still loves comfort, but can he attain it without altering the environment? Will he listen to Nia's advice not to damage their surroundings out of convenience, not even for their unborn child?

With intelligence and sensitivity, Felix Little has crafted an evocative and utterly beguiling story that impressed me deeply. Not to Touch the Earth is an honest depiction of what living in harmony with nature really means. It reminds us why we should respect nature and take only what it offers instead of the things we want. I can't express how much I admire the author and how grateful I am to him for creating this inspiring and absorbing novel. Not to Touch the Earth offers a deeper look at the things we do in the name of survival and how they affect the environment and us. I highly recommend it for its message about the importance of maintaining the balance between our environment and human needs.