Book Review: Tikitian Imprints - A Story About the Real Reasons Behind the Good Reasons by Hatem Eleishicategories: Books, Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, human interactions
Author: Hatem H. Eleishi
Publisher: Goose River Press
Good to ThinkIt was my pleasure to have the chance to read this book. I started with the dedication chapter - it was the emotional and sad part of the book which actually made tears come out of me. It described the very special and strong relationship between the author and his dead mother. For me it was not a good start as it made me so sad - so I stopped reading any more.
After that, when I was able to go further I was confused when reading chapter 1 as it introduced 8 different characters. They were all different in where they grow up, in their culture, their objectives and their way of living. That all confused me as it was leading to nothing or nowhere. My second confusion came with chapter 2 as we were first introduced to Habi and Sheeba, whom I considered as the first human generation on earth (Adam and Eve). But going further in the book, this was not the truth, as there were many other human creatures on earth even before them.
Then came the part of the book about the postmortem human soul and internal feelings of manhood - those were expressed as long dialogs between Habi and his friend Auna. In these dialogs I found part of myself (smiling mechanism). This continued in another chapter with a dialog between Habi and his second friend Atuna. Again we go for more postmortem of the human being and rules that govern the human relations and communications.
When I finally came to the end of the book, I found answers to my conclusions and the astonishment that I felt in chapter 1 about the meaningless existence of the 8 characters as each of them lead to one fact or one truth about the human race (e.g. approach, mentality, goals and objectives). Thanks to the author for the opportunity to go through new experiences when reading such material, which made me so sad at some times, so bored at other times, so confused and so thinking at most of the times.
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