Review of Adam Orser: Chronicles of Evolution by Daniel Armand

Adam Orser: The Chronicles of Evolution
by Daniel Armand
Publisher: Two Harbors Press
Price: $17.95
ISBN: 9781937928100
Pages: 312
Release: April 2, 2012

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Adam Orser seems to be a regular guy, leading a fairly successful life in Toronto as a psychologist with a loving girlfriend, Jazmin.

But there is nothing ordinary about Adam.

Fate interrupts his planned marriage proposal, and a serious car accident thrusts him into a metaphysical reality behind a deep coma that holds his physical body in check. Through an advanced system of training and evolution created by the celestial realm, Adam is called to a dangerous mission with profound implications for the world he knows, and life and death consequences for one missing nine-year old girl, who is no ordinary kidnapped child. Fantastical forces are at work on both sides of the veil between the world we recognize and those yet to be discovered.

Destiny compels Adam to freely choose the part he will play in a no-limits competition between good and evil. Questions of existence, causality, and truth converge as Adam struggles to find his way back to Jazmin and a life that will never be the same.

Review by Brooke Marie

This book starts out with just a simple scene and soon develops around a funny character named Adam Orser, a funny man who doubles as a smart psychologist. This book flips between multiple characters but they are all connected within a web, they all tie back to Adam. When a kidnapping case evolves in the story needing his experience with the criminal pychi, Adam is called away at a tender moment with his beloved Jazmin. On the way Adam is in a terrible car accident that leaves him in a coma. While he is in the coma he finds out the truth behind many things while the outside world waits for his return. Adam learns this isn’t the first life he lead. He learns this from what he recognizes as angels. When a young man, an ex-lover of Jazmin’s, shows up at the hospital where Jazmin is waiting for Adam to awaken, he tells Jazmin that Adam will wake up different then before-knowing things that he shouldn’t know, being able to change and do things that no one should be able to. Jazmin doesn’t believe him at first but much to her surprise, this young man spoke truth. Why is Adam at the center of the web? How does he learn these amazing things from his dream angels? Find out in Daniel Armand’s “Adam Orser: Chronicles of Evolution.’

Just like everything in the world this is only an opinion, some might love or hate this book and that is up to you. Though I found this book enjoyable, but confusing. This was a very good book, with a very interesting idea that has yet to be overdone. Adam starts out as a very funny, out-spoken person, and we watch him slowly learn and become something far greater. Adam becomes knowledgeable. This book was well written but if you are looking for an easy read I don’t believe this is the book for you. While reading you need to be very focused because the book changes stories and characters and you aren’t always able to pick up the change into much later. So in that the book could have been clearer, but then pieces you read are very good, riddle-like.  After a while you start to get the rhythm of the changes but it still can be confusing at times. Nonetheless this was a good book, you grow to want more-connect the web if you will.

Claps for Mr. Daniel Armand’s “Adam Orser: Chronicles of Evolution.”



Daniel Armand Bio:

Daniel Armand lives in Toronto, Ontario. His inspiration behind Adam Orser: Chronicles of Evolution originated during the summer of 1983, after a near death encounter offered an incredible insight into the obscured aspects of life, love, and the progression of the human spirit.

Daniel is currently working on the next novel of the Adam Orser saga. “I truly hope this novel will help inspire readers all over the globe, to embrace their spirituality. It is through clarity of mind and understanding that we may one day ‘bloom’ into harmony and unlock our limitless potential.”


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2 Responses to Review of Adam Orser: Chronicles of Evolution by Daniel Armand

  1. Tribute Books June 29, 2012 at 12:48 pm #

    Brooke Marie, thanks for taking the time to read Daniel’s book.

    Kelly, thanks for posting the review and participating in the blog tour.

  2. Maria D. June 29, 2012 at 2:49 pm #

    Good review! Adam Orser: Chronicles of Evolution sounds like a really different and interesting book!

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