Great River Books

The Butterfly Dreams
Peter Kline & Syril Kline

Exploring the enigmatic terrain at the crossroads of Science and Religion. The Butterfly Dreams takes flight into the very heart of existence.

Though brilliantly successful at business, a master of his game, Noah Gershom lives a life almost entirely devoid of meaning. Nevertheless, it is he who is chosen to complete an urgent mission with timeless human consequences. He awakens one baffling moment, on a strange craft, in the company of a mysterious fellow traveler on a puzzling journey through time, space, matter and light. The Butterfly Dreams is a mystery, a love story, and a searching inquiry into our deepest questions: the origin of consciousness, the fiction of matter, the truth of dreaming, the eternal paradox at the center of being — and ultimately: how to live on our benevolent yet fragile planet, in our vast and conscious universe. It's an illuminating glimpse of Divinity to which Science so eloquently points the way.

"A soul-affirming novel that doesn't slow down for a minute as it explores the bridge between religion and science. Along the way, it relays some great messages about the true nature of humanity."

— Magical Blend

"A brilliant, astute, insightful book about the meaning of living."

— Metaphysical Reviews

"The Science and metaphysics are superb. It is seldom that I have the time to read a book from cover to cover, but in this instance, I did. I truly recommend it."

— H. John Zitko, President, The World University

An exponent of innovative, highly successful educational and organizational practices, Peter Kline has pioneered methods that accelerate learning and bring involvement and excitement to the classroom and the workplace. A consultant to government agencies, corporations and school systems worldwide, he has appeared on numerous TV and radio programs and has been the subject of a variety of profiles and studies. In addition to publishing in many areas, his far-ranging interests include a long-standing involvement with the theater, and research into the authorship of the Shakespeare plays, on which he is an internationally recognized expert. He lives in Silver Spring, Maryland.
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Syril Kline has been a staff writer for the South Bend Tribune, reporting on the arts, theater and consumer affairs. She has performed with and directed community theater groups, and has published a novel on the author of the Shakespeare plays. She lives with her husband Peter Kline in Silver Spring, Maryland.
e-mail: [email protected]

Trade paperback 5 1/2 x 8 1/2

224 pages

ISBN 0-915556-33-2

LC 98-24098 CIP

US$ 12.95


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