The Mind of God


Fiction - Thriller - General
308 Pages
Reviewed on 07/28/2016
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Reviewed by Sherri Fulmer Moorer for Readers' Favorite

Fans of noetic science will enjoy The Mind of God by Bevan Frank. Professor Harry Greene is on the verge of groundbreaking research when an unbelievable series of events result in its theft. The only thing the thief left behind was a valuable microchip to make his "black box" work above and beyond all expectation. When Professor Greene goes missing, his daughter, Liz, takes up the search both for the thief and the microchip with her friend, Tim, who just came to Cape Town to research a story. The search takes the two on an unbelievable chase around Cape Town, South Africa, as they're being pursued by not one, but two people who have a particular interest in getting their hands on both the black box and the microchip that helps it to function beyond the realms of reality.

The Mind of God explores the power of the mind in ways that you usually only see in new age/non-fiction books, and catapults it into the technological advances of the twenty-first century. Bevan Frank has not only written a great, compelling mystery, but also introduces readers to a science that has long existed, but is still generally unknown in most "popular" branches of science and the world. The story is a fast paced adventure that urges readers to consider the true power of unified thought and attitudes, and how they can affect worldwide events both now and in the future. Fans of science and mystery will enjoy this story of intrigue and political suspense that keeps you guessing until the last page.