Book: No Better Day by Timothy J. Elliottcategories: Book, Supernatural Fiction, Metaphysics, New Age, Prophecy, Mayan Calendar, Futurism, Speculative Fiction, Romance, Drama, Contemporary Fiction, Relationships, Metaphysical Science Fiction
Timothy J. Elliottabout this book: "No Better Day" is a one-of-a-kind, metaphysical science fiction journey that answers the question: "Why do we, as humans, generate memories at all? " The answer is prophetic and timely. Cultures throughout history have predicted a shift in the human paradigm; be it End Times or an age of enlightenment. The time is drawing near. We all feel it in our bones. It could be just around the corner. The pressurized world in which we're figuratively cooked in every day has reached a boiling point. "No Better Day" relates this theme through the personal journey of Trevin Lambrose, his search for higher evolution, and a blossoming relationship with his enigmatic girlfriend, Constance Summerlin.
• Kirkus Indie Review gives it high marks, stating: "When the narrative reaches its well-orchestrated climax and Constance's true nature is revealed to Trevin, his parents and their friends, these words take on an expertly prepared new level of meaning. An odd, ultimately uplifting modern-day fable."
• Midwest Book Review recommends it, writing: "As we look into our past, we find comfort while our future offers us despair. 'No Better Day' is worth considering for fans of science fiction and spirituality."
This is a debut novel from Timothy J. Elliott—a professional artist, writer and director—exploring the connection between the Earthly and the Divine; the cosmic and the terrestrial; the human condition and its destiny. It is a deeply personal work of fiction, calling upon familiar settings from his own life in Rochester, New York and Chicago, Illinois, drawing upon his concerns of the times we live in. Primary readers of this book are those interested in a good story made with a dash of science fiction and a splash of metaphysics; those who like something different told in a compelling way. Author Bob Rich calls it: "Refreshingly original and thought-provoking."
A note of interest is that Mr. Elliott also illustrated the front cover; his desire being turning a fantastically conceived idea into one, complete picture. Pick up a copy, ready yourself for a voyage, and connect with your own tumble down Memory Lane.
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