by Javier A. RobayoI felt hesitant to read John & Ezekiel because I balk at reading religious texts in general. However, this novella isn't "religious" per se. Instead, it presents a man who seeks - and ultimately finds - consolation and faith in fate. The man wrestles with his confusion about why God lets terrible things happen to good, innocent people. He ultimately comes to accept his life and appreciate what he has, even though he originally felt terrified, confused, and angry.
Good little book.
"Religion exists to explain the unexplained, to calm our fear of dying, but all it does is breed more fear and hatred." <——— I am adding this quote to my favorites :)
|Title||John and Ezekiel|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|Author||Javier A. Robayo|
|File size||2.1 Mb|
|Book rating||4.5 (6 votes)