Praise for Entangled Realms
Anyone who thinks science and religion are cousins, and who celebrates triumph over adversity wrapped in mysticism, should become entangled in the realms of this heady novel. —Jill Allen, Foreword Clarion Review
About the Book
Science is about knowing through the eyes of the world and the eyes of the mind. There is a third way of knowing, however, and that is through the eyes of the spirit. It is logical that these different ways of experiencing the world should converge into a single point, for that is where truth ultimately lies. Mathematician, Rachel Lajoie, and her partner, Terry McGuire, are caught in a web that draws them ever closer to that intersection, and in the background are malevolent forces intent on exploiting insight and knowledge for the sake of power and greed. Entangled Realms is a story about science as a tool of both good and evil; about the power of coercion; about violation of principles. It is also a story about non-local influences and about love – love, not just as an emotion, but as a force.