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Darwin Interrupted Brent Singley

Darwin Interrupted

Brent Singley

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467 pages
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Sarah, the most successful woman of her time, is compelled by a love a century away. Jim is comforted by a loving image of Sarah he can’t reach or explain. Jim’s reality is grounded on the science of Darwin. Each has an inherent understanding that ifMoreSarah, the most successful woman of her time, is compelled by a love a century away. Jim is comforted by a loving image of Sarah he can’t reach or explain. Jim’s reality is grounded on the science of Darwin. Each has an inherent understanding that if they focus on their faith in each other, they can discover the Evolution of Love. Magically, it is through science, not Time Travel, they find a way.I’m not an author and had no intention of writing a novel, yet a magnificent story found me and “spilled out” while doing some research. My editor said that it may have been a “Muse,” which I found “amusing.” I can’t explain where Darwin Interrupted (D.I.) came from, but I know the world is craving for this story and the message it conveys.If you are looking for an author who follows a particular genre or popular theme, I’m not that author. There are no vampires, wizards or tricks in this story. If you want to discover what can emerge in writing done without traditional literary constraints, you will find an exceptional story that spans many genres and evolves into a compelling message that mankind believes in. As a bonus, a sequel is evolving.“Jim Bridger and Sarah Young live a century apart, yet they are magically compelled by a love for each other. Their evolutionary faith in themselves and others gives birth to a story of breathtaking adventure and promise. Each reaches an understanding that if they develop true principles, integrity and persistence, the seemingly impossible will dissolve into a simple lack of understanding of the divine nature of life and earth’s evolution. As Sarah and Jim discover, the evolution of life has a simple explanation: Faith in the gifts of this earth and mankind.”D.I. begins with a prologue containing a speech from a Shoshone Indian Shaman to thousands seeking comfort, in the Year 2040, when the earths fury brought darkness to the land. The Shaman uses the characters’ past lives as examples of how mankind can come out of the darkness into the light.The beginning chapter illustrates an event 11 years earlier when a wonderful woman of hope, Sarah Young, was tragically shot and a magnificent possibility of saving her life. The following chapters are the wondrous “character building” events that make the impossible, possible. There are no divine interventions or preaching, only an understanding of the earth and man’s divine evolution. The story comes “full circle” to this point and eventually goes beyond the devastation of the earth, bringing hope to the survivors.Many of the “miracles” of D.I. are based upon scientific documented facts, compelling even an evolutionist to reevaluate their conclusions. But science is only part of the beauty of the story.What you can expect from this easy-to-read and enjoyable story is the unexpected. Yes, D.I. is about evolution: the evolution of love, character, friendship, integrity, faithfulness, evil and science, as well as life itself. The story unveils an answer the “The Missing Link” between man and animal, and exposes a corruption in modern medicine related to Natural Selection. This thought provoking novel presents itself in the lives of its lovable and fun characters and is almost all set in the great outdoors.Since D.I. was written without the constraints of a particular genre, it melds into several. The story is a compelling mixture of: unattainable love (attained)- romance, action & adventure- faith & inspiration- time (without time-travel)- science & technology- light paranormal and, corresponding episodes of darkness and evil. There are miracles without divine intervention- expressions of faith without preaching. Strangely enough, D.I.