How I Escaped From Bloody Hell

How I Escaped Bloody Hell: X-ploring Freedom is unlike anything I have ever read. This book provides an in-depth view of the universe and reality, as Mary LaForge sees it, and really makes the reader think about their own life. For example, LaForge discusses how glitches result in things getting “birthed,” in the sense that energy/vibration expels any type of irritation and in that process causes something to get expelled. I thought that whole concept was interesting as it provided a different way to view a glitch, which in many cases is considered negative. In this case however, it was made to seem like a glitch could just be the beginning of something new, which I appreciated.

The author also discusses humans and the nature of humanity in a lucid language that makes things easy to understand. The book expounds on the ways that we might be products of mechanical nature, meaning that as we grow we are influenced and mature based on our environment, however no matter how much we try to mimic God, we will never reach that point. Not only was this simply a reality check but it’s a weirdly calming way to view reality.

Overall How I Escaped Bloody Hell: X-ploring Freedom was a quick read that analyzes and interprets the universe and its intricacies in a unique way that seems hard to understand on the surface, but Mary LaForge provides ample examples to get her point across so anyone can understand. I definitely think that this is a good read for anyone who wants to be exposed to different perspectives on the universe itself and how humans interact with it all!

Pages: 54 | ISBN: 164719248X

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Posted on February 12, 2021, in Book Reviews, Four Stars and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thank you for the very wonderful review of my book!

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