Foreword Reviews

Aimé Merizon, Book Reviewer

Book Review

What Is Hinduism

by Aimé Merizon

Hinduism is the largest and oldest religion on earth—almost 5,000 years old. More than a billion people are followers of India’s “eternal faith.” Religion is a way of life in India, where Hinduism is practiced by over eighty... Read More

Book Review

The Morning Tree

by Aimé Merizon

The Bible story that is the basis for the Christian holiday of Easter has been molded over the centuries into a rote parable. Most people could chant its highlights of the story without much effort: Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus, Pilate... Read More

Book Review

He is Known as Ego

by Aimé Merizon

The reader of this sci-fi mystery mixed with a dollop of metaphysical yearnings better have a good memory for names. The book starts off with a list of 32 characters (oops make that 44 considering that 12 of them have two names!). As the... Read More

Book Review

Survive

by Aimé Merizon

The Listen & Live Adrenaline series, by definition, haunts the listener. In this cassette audiobook, extreme survival stories cause lasting images of desperation, narrow escapes, cold, pain, fear, starvation, and yes, cannibalism.... Read More

Book Review

Quantum Change

by Aimé Merizon

“Quantum change [is] like waking up one morning to suddenly discover that your skin is a different color.” If a reader can imagine this visual for even a moment, perhaps they can glimpse what these people, quantum changers, have... Read More

Book Review

Borrowed Dress

by Aimé Merizon

Perhaps a borrowed dress could free a person “to become what I loved, fly // into the stunned landscape where clouds unfold their longings to be lakes and lakes hold clouds in their mouths / as briefly as smoke.” This first... Read More

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