The Voice of Many Waters [NOOK Book]

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A beautiful race, the Humana lack war, jealousy, and other human vices; however, they also have virtually no religious or aesthetic sense. Peter, a Neo-Catholic priest, wishes to change this so he calls upon Xanthu, a SoulSinger, in the hope that the insect-like creature can awaken the Humana’s souls and help them to find not only their love for art, beauty, and deep emotion, but, above all, their love for God...yet as the silver-stringed instrument of the SoulSinger rises in a nest of claws and its first pure ...
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The Voice of Many Waters

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Overview

A beautiful race, the Humana lack war, jealousy, and other human vices; however, they also have virtually no religious or aesthetic sense. Peter, a Neo-Catholic priest, wishes to change this so he calls upon Xanthu, a SoulSinger, in the hope that the insect-like creature can awaken the Humana’s souls and help them to find not only their love for art, beauty, and deep emotion, but, above all, their love for God...yet as the silver-stringed instrument of the SoulSinger rises in a nest of claws and its first pure bell-like notes ring forth, what terrible, irreversible truth will be brought to light and will this alien Eden--or Father Peter--ever be the same?
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Editorial Reviews

Christian Saunders
There's science fiction, and then there's science fiction. Stories as far out as this are not to everyone's liking, but nobody can deny that there is a great imagination at work here.
Clayton Clifford Bye
The Voice of Many Waters is a novelette you can easily read in one sitting... John Rosenman is a talented and experienced writer who always entertains—even when he has something important to say.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011884351
  • Publisher: Blue Leaf Publications
  • Publication date: 10/15/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 113 KB

Meet the Author

John B. Rosenman has sold over three hundred stories to places such as “Weird Tales,” “Treachery and Treason,” “Whitley Strieber’s Aliens,” “Galaxy,” and “Hot Blood.” His mainstream novel, “The Best Laugh Last,” was published in 1981 and 1982 by McPherson & Company. “More Stately Mansions,” a collection of short fiction, was published by Dark Regions Press in 1998. He has also written five science-fiction adventure novels including: “Beyond Those Distant Stars” (NovelBooks 2003, republished by Mundania Press), “Speaker of the Shakk,” (Mundania Press), “Alien Dreams” (Drollerie Press), “Dax Rigby, War Correspondent” (Lyrical Press), and an African science-fiction novel, “A Senseless Act of Beauty” (Blade Publishing). “Here Be Dragons” is a science-fiction horror booklet available from Eternal Press. John received his Ph.D. in 1970 and is an English professor at Norfolk State University. His office contains dozens of items from one of his favorite movies, “The Wizard of Oz.” He and his wife Jane have a son and daughter. They recently celebrated their forty-second wedding anniversary. Currently, John is working on “Dark Wizard,” a science-fiction adventure novel based on “The Wizard of Oz,” and revising “Inspector of the Cross,” a novel about an elite agent for an Earth-based empire which has fought an alien menace for three-thousand years. A former Chairman of the Board for the Horror Writers Association, John now writes a monthly blog on writing (along with 30 other writers) at StoryTellers Unplugged.com.
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