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Requiem of the Human Soul


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Jeremy Lent is the author The Patterning Instinct: A Cultural History of Humanity's Search for Meaning (Prometheus Books, May 2017). He is founder and president of the nonprofit Liology Institute, dedicated to fostering a worldview that could enable humanity to thrive sustainably on the earth. The Liology Institute (www.liology.org), which integrates systems science with ancient wisdom traditions, holds regular workshops and other events in the San Francisco Bay Area. Formerly, Lent was the founder, CEO, and chairman of a publicly traded internet company. He holds a BA in English Literature from Cambridge University and an MBA from the University of Chicago. More information: jeremylent.com


"A highly recommended instant classic" - 5-star review (out of 5), Apex Reviews. "One of the greatest independently published science fiction novels of our time." - BookReview.com "A gripping read that will keep readers up at night, slurping up the last few pages" - 5 star review (out of 5), ForeWord Clarion. "A philosophical suspense story that exhibits quick pacing, moral nuances and unexpected twists" - Kirkus Discoveries "Achieves a near flawless rhythm as the narrative builds. His prose... is as gifted as it is fearless" - Book Pleasures. "A very intriguing and thought-provoking work of science fiction that is all too close to being real." - Rebecca's Reads. "Allows the reader to get lost in the story... while contemplating the meaning of the human soul" - Feathered Quill. "In this ambitious and thought-provoking novel, Jeremy Lent's meticulously imagined future society is used as a means to take us to the very heart of the human condition. Intercut with gripping asides about how his imagined future world came to be, Lent's story focuses on Eusebio, his humane, everyman narrator, who is faced with a terrible decision. There are very few science fiction works out there which speak to both the head and the heart, but Lent has produced one, a book which stimulates both intellectually and emotionally. This is a genuinely great read, and a profound one, written with intense and audacious ambition, but without ever losing the human element. Read it - you'll be glad you did." - Ed Lark, author of Grief (nominated for the British Science Fiction Association Book of the Year, 2005)

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