To Thee Is This World Given

To Thee Is This World Given

by Khel Milam

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BN ID: 2940151247849
Publisher: Eponym
Publication date: 06/15/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 105
File size: 233 KB

About the Author

Khel Milam has a background in Anthropology, Philosophy, and Law. Born in Baltimore, Khel grew up in Houston, and currently lives South Florida with a 17 year old shelter cat and two former strays: a Korat and a three-legged Tabby.

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To Thee Is This World Given 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Kathryn_C_Reads More than 1 year ago
I was fortunate enough to receive a free copy of To Thee is This World Given in exchange for an unbiased review. This tale of an encounter between two survivors in a post-apocalypse world begins with the action already underway. I appreciated the author's choice not to provide lengthy explanation, but to allow readers to experience the action as it happens and draw their own conclusions. The story takes some of the common ideas of what sort of person would be best equipped to survive the aftermath of an apocalypse and turns them upside down. Throughout the story runs the question of whether individuals must allow the world to mold them or whether it is we who shape the world. It touches on the ideas that we are all connected and that our actions and choices have the potential to make the world a better or worse place, not just for ourselves, but for others as well. I found the characters well written and believable, each had their own distinct personality and voice in the story. As with real people, the two major characters view the world, and how to best live in it, very differently. How their viewpoints do or do not serve each of them makes for an interesting story that may challenge some of your preconceived ideas. I found it thought provoking and well worth reading.