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The hope we seek (libro en inglés)

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Libro The hope we seek (libro en inglés). Sinopsis libro, reseña libro. What kind of vision, and subterfuge, might it take to inspire the kind of belief that drives human aspiration and achievement?

Zachary Knox, a sharpshooter known as “the Bull’s-Eye Telepath,” heads north in search of gold. On his way, he meets Sephy, a magnetic woman on the trail of her lost brother. But on arrival, they find the mining camp is home to a cult. The mine boss, Trevillian, rules the camp like a despotic priest, and at the center of his faith is Hope, an elusive goddess for whom the miners toil, enduring increasingly perilous trials as they pursue her into the depths of the earth.

Zack determines to overthrow Trevillian, guided by Sephy’s cryptic directions—until Hope appears and reveals the astonishing future she has in mind for him.

With epic force and seductive allegory, The Hope We Seek transports us to a netherworld of danger and allure—where arduous labor, sustained by unwavering belief, promises an unearthly reward. Rich Shapero holds a dark mirror to the passions that drive us, and the extremes to which we go to find meaning in our lives. Libro The hope we seek (libro en inglés).

1 valoración en The hope we seek (libro en inglés)

  1. Josh

    Kinda bizarre….really bizarre. I received the book as a Goodread’s first reads giveaway in exchange for an honest review. So here goes (hang on):

    A cult of slave miners which have more than friendly relations with the female portion of their camp who in turn allow the true believers within the group conjugal visits with a rock (as in she’s made if minerals not as in Van Halen) goddess that fuels their belief and entrapment. Oh yeah the goddess also manifests as a bear that can’t be killed. She’s also a snake at times. And the protagonist was tricked into being a slave after he gave up a road show of deceiving people on a circus like atmosphere.

    I think there is a deeper meaning but I can’t tell if it is Christ centered or new age transcendental thinking centered or perhaps Scientology – who knows? I kinda loved it, kinda hated it, but if you’re in need of a «mix things up» break from your normal read I could recommend it. For most either a 5 star or a 1 star. For me a 3 star because I’m half way between either extreme.

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