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Nirvana’s Back - from Seattle!

It “Smells like Teen Spirit”—the anthem of the 90’s that made grunge mainstream. But lo and behold it isn’t Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic nor David Grohl. It’s Nirvana, a 340-page novel, bursting with creativity
filled with literary guitar riffs and banging drums, and a very haunting voice by Seattle writer, Kevin Marley.

Imagine that it’s the early 21st century, not too hard to do, and that Mankind’s busy with the discovery of the human genome, nanotechnology, charged particle beam warfare, and still the splitting of atoms, and in general, opening Pandora’s Box—and possibly, destroying itself. Our technological prowess, for the most part, far exceeds our collective wisdom and compassion. But a Human Soul falls from the skies with a remembrance of who he truly is and where he is from, and as a result, that changes everything.

In Nirvana, Ray Sawol is the quintessential seeker and turns over with curious hands and eager eyes rocks and stones, molecules and atoms, vague theories and nebulous paradigms, and String, and Unified Field
theories in physics in order to know the truth.

Ray lives a so-called ordinary life as an American, but he still vaguely remembers the primordial bliss, the states of Heaven, that his Human Soul once resided in, and tries to change or expand his consciousness so as to experience not just the Newtonian or ordinary physical world,
but the quantum mechanical or spiritual worlds that he is native to; and in many ways, Nirvana is about a profound self- transformation, a restructuring of human consciousness, and a complete reorientation to the world, as a result.

Nirvana has received very compelling book reviews and endorsements, and can be found (and more importantly, bought) on the Internet at www.Nirvanathebook.com .

 
       
   
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