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Godonism [PDF / EPUB] Godonism In a world ruled by a perfect chaos, at the peak of the highest decadence, the falling of the everlasting gold, embraced by the savage anarchy itself, has started It is a time when people have to pawn In a world ruled by a perfect chaos, at the peak of the highest decadence, the falling of the everlasting gold, embraced by the savage anarchy itself, has started It is a time when people have to pawn their souls, minds, spirits and other most valuable assets , so they can buy measurable time which means the prolonging of their very existence and agony For time to come thesurvivors will be those who will follow only their instincts rather than following their judgments For some of them it is time to turn to God whereas for the others a few of them were left it is time to ask anagrammatic questions at which others must find complex answers.


10 thoughts on “Godonism

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    Love is extinct but hate is not Review by Natasja Hellenthal, author of


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    Those who ponder life can be scientists but those who ponder life and also death can be both scientists and philosophers Author Theo von Cezar has published nine novels of the dystopian fatalist nature To add to the mystery of his works and to step away from the personalization of detailing his life to avoid misconceptions about the messages he believes and writes he offers only a photograph young and intense and his definition of this work as a dystopian fatalist.While the craftsmanship Those who ponder life can be scientists but those who ponder life and also death can be both scientists and philosophers Author Theo von Cezar has published nine novels of the dystopian fatalist nature To add to the mystery of his works and to step away from the personalization of detailing his life to avoid misconceptions about the messages he believes and writes he offers only a photograph young and intense and his definition of this work as a dystopian fatalist.While the craftsmanship of his novel GODONISM is richly imbued with a gift for the English language pushed to literary heights, the flow of the novel is at times daunting for the readers concentration But give in to the fact that tackling this novel is an act of commitment and the rewards are there by book s end.Hints of this sci fi dystopian fantasy are present in a few summations or preparations for this novel In a world ruled by a perfect chaos, at the peak of the highest decadence, the falling of the everlasting gold, embraced by the savage anarchy itself, has started It is a time when people have to pawn their souls, minds, spirits and other most valuable assets , so they can buymeasurable time, which means the prolonging of their very existence and agony For time to come the survivors will be those who will follow only their instincts rather than following their judgments For some of them it is time to turn to God whereas for the others a few of them were left it is time to ask anagrammatic questions at which others must find complex answers Set in the year 159, Nebula Era a future of most volatile times when people have to pawn their minds in order to survive, and, at the peak of decadence, the falling of the everlasting gold unexpectedly comes The two eighteen year old boys, Ahma and Jovian, through a scheme contrived by the head of the state, Alzegotha, and the mighty State itself, with the help of Black Petal Alzegotha s beautiful fiancee and with the support of the Pawn House and MondoCash, are forced by the harshness of the times to embark on a struggle for survival and therefore have no other choice but to submit to Black Petal s demand and start selling tickets for Hereafter Or as Theo summarizes, Ahma and Jovian, two eighteen year old boys, have been given the sack from Windmill Plant an electricity generating company They don t have too many options left since the present economy it is the year 159 of Nebula Era can no longer sustain a population of fifty billions people While roaming the streets of Nebula City, the boys are presented a choice by a guardian angel whom they meet in a building called The Church of Nonbelievers As long as they follow the instructions strictly and do not deviate from the plan, everything is going to be fine, the woman says, otherwise they will meet death or beggary All they have to do is deliver tickets to Hereafter One and Hereafter Two The sinners, when the time has come, will be granted eternal life in Hereafter The boys accept the offer and things go as planned for almost two years Then a revolt of all beggars erupts in Nebula City This coincides with the elections for the mayor of Nebula City, which turns out to be a fierce battle in which the chief off all beggars also competes By now the anarchy has spread throughout the entire city.But to taste the flavor of Theo s writing skills, the following excerpt from the Prologue follows It was the beginning of a chilly Zedober the third month of that bloody year according to the new Nebula calendar Making use of a thick power cord which they had found in a gutter in downtown Nebula and which they had vigorously tied around their waists so they could keep hold of each other, Ahma and Jovian kept walking in zigzag on Resurrection Boulevard through what appeared to be a never ending blizzard They had been wandering the streets of Nebula City for hours trying to take refuge from the vitriolic wind that cut savagely through the bare portions of their faces when they finally found themselves in front of an obscure dapple grey building They thought that the small temple like architecture was the right place to spend the night in CHURCH OF ALL NONBELIEVERS was engraved on the silver plate pinned to the timeworn frontispiece And beneath it, WE SHALL FIGHT FOR KNOWLEDGE AND AGAINST THE DECAY OF OUR MINDS After accompanying Theo on the journey he has written there are quotations from the author that offer insights into his philosophy He deserves a wider audience for his work Grady Harp, November 17


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    A dystopian science fiction novel centered on two young friends who after they grow up drift apart and have their own adventures This book mirrored our current dysfunctional political society very closely throughout the entire book Religion, afterlife, as well as the true value of currency incl gold are also prominent themes throughout this book At times the story seemed to drag on a bit, but for the most part this book as something I could relate to I was able to draw parallels to my ow A dystopian science fiction novel centered on two young friends who after they grow up drift apart and have their own adventures This book mirrored our current dysfunctional political society very closely throughout the entire book Religion, afterlife, as well as the true value of currency incl gold are also prominent themes throughout this book At times the story seemed to drag on a bit, but for the most part this book as something I could relate to I was able to draw parallels to my own experiences even though this story is set in the year 159 and overpopulation is a big problem Politicians are just blowing hot air to stay in power and the people finally have enough Ahma and Jovian, the two boys get talked into selling tickets to the afterlife to make a quick buck as well as stay out of trouble with their guardian angel An interesting story even if the plot moved slowly at times


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    Godonism reminded me of Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett because both the story had the same grey setting, absurdness and a depiction of a dystopian society that has little to offer to its population save for beggary and death Both the stories depicted tragicomedy in their sombre themes and somewhat comic presentation Coincidentally there is a sameness in the name too Theo Von Cezar paints a bleak picture of a commercialized world where nothing and nobody is true and future seems over for Godonism reminded me of Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett because both the story had the same grey setting, absurdness and a depiction of a dystopian society that has little to offer to its population save for beggary and death Both the stories depicted tragicomedy in their sombre themes and somewhat comic presentation Coincidentally there is a sameness in the name too Theo Von Cezar paints a bleak picture of a commercialized world where nothing and nobody is true and future seems over for mere teenage boys Here everything has a price and freedom is non existent Chaos and confusion rains everywhere and religion isof a burden than a savior of path The story aims to preach a message while providing us with entertainment There are lots of food for thought Although confusing at many instances Godonism is also one of a kind book and if you have time and want to engage in a different kind of book then this book is just right for you,


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    Godonism takes a look into the future, way way into the future There are economic problems which land two teens in a world of trouble which seem otherworldly They stumble upon a unique church where an angel approaches them with a threat job they need to complete The book covers the journey the guys experience I felt like this was a really unique and interesting concept but it reading it was complex Like there wasfluff and fantasy references than necessary Typically I enjoy fast pac Godonism takes a look into the future, way way into the future There are economic problems which land two teens in a world of trouble which seem otherworldly They stumble upon a unique church where an angel approaches them with a threat job they need to complete The book covers the journey the guys experience I felt like this was a really unique and interesting concept but it reading it was complex Like there wasfluff and fantasy references than necessary Typically I enjoy fast paced books but this was a bit too fast for my taste Like I just needed a moment to understand what was happening I do think there is a lot of symbolism and societal references that keep things interesting I can always appreciate a book that both entertains while trying to do a little bit of education at the same time


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    Godonism takes place on Earth but in the far off future It is centered around two teens that are best friends During a blizzard the pair take refuge in a Church of Nonbelievers where they meet up with an angel who tells them as long as they do as they re told they ll be just fine They accept and for the next two years everything is fine Then all hell breaks loose and things get interesting It was another dystopian science fiction novel for me However, it s always fun reading about the wa Godonism takes place on Earth but in the far off future It is centered around two teens that are best friends During a blizzard the pair take refuge in a Church of Nonbelievers where they meet up with an angel who tells them as long as they do as they re told they ll be just fine They accept and for the next two years everything is fine Then all hell breaks loose and things get interesting It was another dystopian science fiction novel for me However, it s always fun reading about the way authors see the future of Earth I enjoyed the way it was written and the author didn t spend too much time on details Instead he provided just enough to keep me intrigued in the story It kind of was a battle for freewill which has been the cause of many battles past and present


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    A book with plot written in the future and at the same time highlighting the economic problems The story is the journey of two teens who ends up in a church where an angel gives them a job that they need to complete If all is done well, everything will be fine else will be hell After two years things begin to change and its chaotic This is fast paced book and needed a moment to get a hang on events.


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    Godonism by Theo Von Cezar, asks a lot from the reader It s enjoyable, but you will need to really keep an open but focused mind while reading I thought reading Cloud Atlas was difficult, but trying to understand this book was tough too The story is told from the perspectives of two boys, Ahma and Jovian The futuristic world they live in is not pleasant I ve read stories about post apocalyptic worlds, but the one in this book was quite different It s a world that s falling apart and peop Godonism by Theo Von Cezar, asks a lot from the reader It s enjoyable, but you will need to really keep an open but focused mind while reading I thought reading Cloud Atlas was difficult, but trying to understand this book was tough too The story is told from the perspectives of two boys, Ahma and Jovian The futuristic world they live in is not pleasant I ve read stories about post apocalyptic worlds, but the one in this book was quite different It s a world that s falling apart and people, even the powerful ones, are trying to hold on totime Some are heading towards God and faith, while some have allowed their instincts to conquer them I really liked the concept in which a person s mind could be controlled in order to block out bad thoughts Memories can also be altered if necessary I also liked the whole selling one s soul for money In the world that the author created, such a thing fits right in The story starts with Ahma and Jovian being recruited to sell tickets to the Hereafter But things don t go as planned as everything seems to be breaking down around them.Ahma and Jovian spend most of the time apart I was expecting the friends to be together in the adventure However, this allowed the author to focus on both individually The character of Zexton was a pleasant surprise in the story It was fun to read how he popped up in Ahma s and even Jovian s story Some things did confuse me, especially the little boys with the same names as the protagonists, but in the end I was glad when things madesense There are a lot of creepy characters in the story and a lot of fighting involved The last chapters of the story really put things straight for me The whole scheme is unmasked and we get to know why Ahma and Jovian were selected for the job.There are a lot of philosophical themes mentioned in the story Jovian and Ahma are characters who seem to ask the tough questions about God and if there is a Hereafter The story is well constructed, but kind of complex to understand The author has created a rich world, with distinct characters, so kudos to him for that Godonism by Theo Van Cezar gets 4 out of 5 stars from me It s a story that asks questions about faith, free will, love, and what it means to have a mind that asks questions about reality It might not be for all readers, but it s still something quite different


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    I m typically a very fast reader However, in order to get a good grasp of what was happening in Godonism, I really had to slow down and read very carefully The author throws a lot of information at the reader very quickly, and uses excessive description in an attempt to clear up the information, but sometimes it only serves to make the story convoluted I even went back and read the summary of the book to see if there was something that I missed, and I was right at no point in the story did I I m typically a very fast reader However, in order to get a good grasp of what was happening in Godonism, I really had to slow down and read very carefully The author throws a lot of information at the reader very quickly, and uses excessive description in an attempt to clear up the information, but sometimes it only serves to make the story convoluted I even went back and read the summary of the book to see if there was something that I missed, and I was right at no point in the story did I understand that Ahma and Jovian had been fired from Windmill Plant they just seemed to be on the run constantly.That being said, the story itself once you begin to understand it a little farther in was a very thought provoking one The entire thing felt like one big metaphor for the constant war over free will and predestination and how overzealousness can ultimately corrupt and destroy, no matter how good the intentions It speaks about time as if it were a real person, and in the apocalyptic setting, you really begin to think that time is a person.Lots of craziness abound, but if you can ignore that, Godonism throws some new concepts and perceptions your way that really make you stop and think


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    This novel is a difficult read The writing style is heavy on excessive description, sometimes using adjectives and adverbs in ways that are tough to puzzle out I really didn t understand the book, other than it seems to be a discussion about the inevitability of corruption in organized religion and a rebuke of a government melded with religion.However, many of the scenes are incredibly fascinating as depictions of surrealism Several times I felt as if I was reading sequences akin to M.C Eshe This novel is a difficult read The writing style is heavy on excessive description, sometimes using adjectives and adverbs in ways that are tough to puzzle out I really didn t understand the book, other than it seems to be a discussion about the inevitability of corruption in organized religion and a rebuke of a government melded with religion.However, many of the scenes are incredibly fascinating as depictions of surrealism Several times I felt as if I was reading sequences akin to M.C Esher s work as interpreted by Salvador Dali The utter bizarreness of these scenes is worth taking a peek, just to be immersed in insanity for a little while.Set aside plenty of time to read this book, because your brain will need it


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