The Seed

The Seed Throughout our lives many things may lead us to forget who we truly are Result Slowly yet inevitably cages and chains enslave our thoughts and slay our freedoms Down the ages men have thus fallen f
  • Title: The Seed
  • Author: Fola
  • ISBN: 9781463567897
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Seed
    Throughout our lives, many things may lead us to forget who we truly are Result Slowly yet inevitably, cages and chains enslave our thoughts and slay our freedoms.Down the ages, men have thus fallen for hosts of illusions, confusions and fears except for the seven dreamers whose stories this book contains These mad truth seekers who oddly share the same name did notThroughout our lives, many things may lead us to forget who we truly are Result Slowly yet inevitably, cages and chains enslave our thoughts and slay our freedoms.Down the ages, men have thus fallen for hosts of illusions, confusions and fears except for the seven dreamers whose stories this book contains These mad truth seekers who oddly share the same name did not follow others flow to slavery rather, they heeded a voice in their heads that led them to obsession with an idea long thought extinct, buried beneath the sands of time The Seed.In this book you will take a rollicking metaphysical ride that starts in ancient Egypt, moves to the Grand Greek Era, then to Rome, Arab Alexandria, on piratic High Seas, to Switzerland and circuses, into a Christian era interlude, then to modern Egypt 2007 and lastly, to a sort of Garden of Visionary Epiphany that will leaves you on and past the brink of enlightenment This Past was the future of the present how in the world can anyone describe time insuch eloquency Coki Coussa, Editor chief of Ladybird Magazine This book is, frankly, quite extraordinary It contains images and whole passages of striking beauty, power and thought provoking wisdom Nicolas Marco, Author Senior editor.
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  • Fola

    Poet, writer, and philosopher, Fola was born in 1984, in Egypt, the land of the Pharaohs He spent his childhood in Egypt, then traveled to Switzerland and graduated from Hotel Institute Montreux, in Switzerland.Montreux was the turning point in Fola s life, back then he was never fond of writing, nor reading Fola never intended to be a writer, but at the age of 20, he began recording his distinct thoughts down, for none could understand them.Papers accrued, as Fola realized that it was meant to be, he combined all these thoughts, and began his writing voyage with The Seed.

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  • While reading this book you get caught up in an atmosphere filled with dreams, symbols, and adventure You travel with the author through many countries and ages experiencing the different cultures and thoughts This book is a combination of many genres fiction, philosophy, history, and mythology An unsual book that makes you look at the world from an entirely different perspective It is one of those rare books that inspires you every time you read it So far I have read it three times, and I defin [...]


  • All I can say is have patience, read the book till the end and you won t be disappointed.As for the book itself, it contains a unique style of writing accompanied by a vision which devours you into the world of thoughts, Fola s thoughts It can best be described as a photocopy of the author s thought process.


  • I received this through Goodread First Reads The Seed is one of those books that made me admit defeat When I got finished reading, it kind of just left me scratching my head Someone who likes novels about enlightenment would probably enjoy it, but I m just not a reader that could fully appreciate it.




  • To see my full review 9 3 bookvacations.wordpress 20Unfortunately, this book is not for me It is highly philosophical and scientific, and my brain just isn t wired that way All the characters are one person who lives across the centuries, morphing into different beings, be they male or female, young or old The tale begins in Ancient Egypt, and this is where I was lost almost immediately It begins with the main character, who is obsessed with numbers and inventions, launching into a diatribe abou [...]


  • There are certain Self Help books that I have read that have been favorites sometimes for years, sometimes just for a season Some of these were amazing Paolo Coelho s The Alchemist, Dan Millman s The Way of the Peaceful Warrior Noah ben Shea s Jacob the Baker, or Robin S Sharma s The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari each had a lasting impact on me and was read a few times So when someone approaches me with a book they think is in the same class, I am always a little leery, and when the author approache [...]


  • From reading the synopsis of the book and a sample of it before I accepted to review it, I really thought I would enjoy this book but I didn t.I just didn t understand this book at all There are seven different stories that are all intertwined together with the last story I found all of them to be short, very confusing, and at times vulgar Had this not been a book that I received to review, I would not have continued to read it it was that bad I have not had a book that I didn t want to finish r [...]


  • THE SEED by Fola is 157 pages long and was given to me by the author for review.This is a very interesting book It was a hard book for me to read as there were references to mathematical analysis and what can be derived from said analysis I was expecting a fiction book and I found this to be profound There is a linear progression in the book with a start and finish, but you don t realize this until you finish the last page I believe the philosophy in this book was way over my head When I read, [...]


  • I came by this book, and bought it for its cover As I began reading it, I felt as if my mind was being pulled in the pages I never read any thing like this before, each chapter encloses on a unique idea that is invisibly linked to the following chapter, till I reached the final chapter The Garden of Epiphany , which revealed the main idea behind the book, The Seed that changed my perception of life, I began to look at things differently.A week later I began reading The Seed again I believe it s [...]


  • This is a collection of philosophical short stories The main theme is life, numbers and irony of life through its hardship and its coincidences It is not an easy read because of the philosophical aspect of the stories, but once I changed into the Plato mode, I enjoyed some of them One thing I did not like, but it might please other reader, was the resemblance between the name of the author and all the characters, Fola, Folases,, folates, etc I think the style needs a little refining but otherwi [...]


  • While the book was well written, I did not find myself interested in the subject matter In fact, I found most of the story to be confusing I hated the introduction and almost stopped reading after that point, but I persevered.


  • This was reviewed as the wrong book New review coming shortly I will revise rating if necessary at that time.


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