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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
Worlds Apart (One God, Many Worlds) by Maurice W. Horne is a short story written from the perspective of God Himself. That is to say, he dictated what the writer wrote. This is His story of how the world began, of how all the worlds in the universe began. This is His story of the Big Bang Theory. The universe is more than 13 billion years old so why would ours be the only world that God created? God talks about creation but He uses modern scientific words. He talks of other things we cannot ever profess to understand fully, such as the Hereafter, the Holy Scriptures, the First Stardust Human and the First Instant. He wants us to understand His creations, why He made them, and He wants us to see them through His eyes. That’s why He allowed two human beings to visit, to see with their own eyes the beauty that God has created, to experience for themselves that God loves all His creations, no matter how small they are in the grand scheme of things. This is a science fiction story – or is it?
Worlds Apart (One God, Many Worlds) by Maurice W. Horne was something a little different to what I normally read and I must say that it made a refreshing change. This may have been a fictional story but there is, in such a short book, an awful lot to take in. There is much that makes you stop and think, wonder about what we have been taught, and how much of it is truth, or just speculation by those who think they know but don’t. Riveting read, well composed, and a bit of an eye opener.