Book Review: Uniting Kingdoms by Oran Thaller

Title: Uniting Kingdoms
Author: Oran Thaller
Genre: Literary, Metaphysical, Magical Realism
Rating: 3,5 stars
Purchase: Amazon
Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

A highly contemporary and enthralling book about a spiritual journey and the creation of a new society!

A mysterious figure seemingly out of nowhere sets in motion a plot flittering between truth and fantasy, featuring a hero embarking on an adventure, a spiritual quest even, highlighting conflicts concerning the most burning and complex issues of our time.

This captivatingly dynamic and beguiling tale grapples you by virtue of its realism and contemporary subject matters, taken from real life. This book outlines a new society of men and women and charts its course as it unfolds under the radar of the mainstream, which reveals itself more and more as an obsolete civilization.

Compass for a new course

This highly compassionate and charmed tale has the protagonist evolving on the path of self-discovery as he comes to terms with himself, with his challenging personality, and all the while illustrates a holistic way of life which is simple to live by, aided by its light, oft sardonic, humor and life-affirming attitude.

The book’s optimistic teaching is a call for society to change, to espouse a set of simpler, natural values by way of solution to the most challenging malaise of our time, from the challenges posed by globalization, through the failings of capitalism, corrupt governments and the erosion of democracy to issues of education, ecology, energy, and most important of all: Love!

Uniting Kingdoms is a human and personal book of social awakening. The almost surreal plot and fantasies coming true would not have been so thrilling had the events described and the characters alike not been real and true.

Uniting Kingdoms is primarily a book of personal and social awakening. Combining a surreal plot, fantasies coming true, magical realism, it creates a new society of men and women, and follows the protagonist as he comes to terms with himself and his own personality.

The subject matter is relatable for everyone, and it’s an intriguing book for fans of the genre. However, it does take a while to get used to the writing style and the way the story is told, so be patient at the start and once you get past the first few chapters, you will enjoy the story and the protagonist’s journey of self-discovery.


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