Book: Reason for Existence by Richard Botelho
categories: Book, Science Fiction, Philosophy, Visionary, Adventure, Geopolitics, Romance, Spirituality, Consciousness, Universe, Galaxy, International Relations, Thriller
Richard Botelho about this book: Reason for Existence is a work of science fiction and philosophy. It is a genre bending novel that entertains and educates. The novel inspires contemplation and discussion. Primary readers of this novel include lovers of science fiction and philosophy who want something deeper than ray guns and spaceships. The book has been compared to the works of Robert Heinlein. Aldous Huxley, Philip Dick, and Max Brooks. Critics have noted the interdisciplinary nature of the book and the fact that it both extends and combines categories. The research done on the book includes some of the latest thinking in science and philosophy. The title is not a typical science fiction title because the book is not typical science fiction; and the title alludes to the deeper meaning of the book itself. Because many of the concepts discussed in the novel are leading edge, I would love your opinion as to whether they resonated with you and provide some guidance for the future. After all, science fiction should make us dream.
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