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Shall We Gather at the Garden? based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Most novels make me feel as if their main characters are taking many long, tedious, and uneventful bus trips to get to and from the interesting parts in their story. This often causes me to skim and ask myself why I'm wasting my time. "Shall We Gather in the Garden?" doesn't fall under this category. It is an example of condensed storytelling at its best and never fails to entertain, induce laughter, and thrill with its imagination. It's the sort of book that you can start reading at any random page and still get a kick out of it. I read the ebook edition, and it was even able to hold the attention of my bleeding eyes.
This novel is a dizzying trip through multifaceted experiences and realities with a grounded view of the human consciousness. It explores the reaches of reality and perception in a constantly changing world. The author conveys his own variety of dry, slightly obscure humor which is a delicate seasoning throughout. A fascinating journey to redemption.