Author: Stuart Land
Reviewer: Dannye WIlliamsen
Epiphany by Stuart Land is one of those unusual works that crosses genres, but not because of the writing style or the writer’s intent, but due to the reader’s interpretation of the storyline. Like with The Matrix, which was full of metaphysical import, some may choose to classify Epiphany as science fiction; others as a thriller; some may even classify it as fantasy; but others, like myself, will call it mystical fiction. It is an allegory for what is energetically happening in our world today. The times, they are a-changin’, and as Epiphany beautifully relates, we have to be open to new experiences and new perspectives if we desire the peaceful existence we all claim to be seeking.
There are many main characters in this tale, but it is their changing relationships with each other and within themselves that will enthrall you until the end of the story, and hopefully, beyond. I usually offer the reader a taste of the story itself; however, I am reluctant to do that in this review because I want you to experience it without philosophies or prejudices getting a head start. No matter what you choose to see when you read this story, you will not be disappointed by the storyteller.