The Knowledge of Good & Evil

  • by Glenn Kleier
  • Narrated by MacLeod Andrews
  • 16 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ian Baringer may have stumbled upon the greatest discovery of all time. Or possibly, the greatest curse...
As a child, Ian lost his parents in a horrific accident, seeing them give their lives to save his. He never fully recovered, burying pangs of guilt, clinging to religion's promise that someday he'd see his parents again.
But now his demons have resurfaced. Despite the help of Angela Weber, the brilliant psychologist who loves him, he's in the grip of an obsession. He no longer trusts in an afterlife, he must know for certain if the soul survives death.
And incredibly, he may have found a way. A risky bid to cross death's door and return with Knowledge of the Great Beyond. Knowledge that can be verified by anyone who follows his path. The implications are staggering. Proof of a hereafter! Perhaps of God, Himself! Knowledge to halt wars, to end at last the ancient animosities between faiths! Or perhaps a Knowledge to doom us all....
Some believe death's secrets are forbidden to the living, cursed with grave consequences for Humanity. One shadowy sect is sworn to destroy all trespassers, and Ian and Angela have but one hope to survive. They must defy the gates of heaven and hell to steal a Knowledge hidden from the world since the dawn of creation: the knowledge of good and evil.


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Would you listen to The Knowledge of Good & Evil again? Why?

I may actually and its really very rare for me to do so. I love the ideas, the people, the pace, the action, it is an excellent book.

What other book might you compare The Knowledge of Good & Evil to, and why?

I wouldn't. I'm sure you could say Dan Brown or whatever but it would be doing this book a disservice. This is a very well researched, beautifully written book which may even change your mind about religion.

Have you listened to any of Macleod Andrews’s other performances? How does this one compare?

I haven't but he is excellent.

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Through death their came light.

Any additional comments?

Definitely in my 3 favorite books of all time.

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- BP1

an illuminating journey

this book is spellbinding. Believer or non-believer, you will like the adventure the main charactres are experiencing from different points of view. The scientific and the religious are always present, always counterbalancing, never oposing. During the time I listened, I was urged to check out the sources presented in the book. That gave an extra dimention to the experience of listening. It is not just any book of mere immagination...the background information that is woven in the plot is even more interesting when you check it out...
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- Marc

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-05-2012
  • Publisher: Glenn Kleier