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Please note: This content is for mature audiences only. It contains sobering language and graphic depiction of dysfunctional ways in which the world is run, as well as strong content and themes. Discretion is advised.
Today the world is nose-deep in trouble of every kind, moral, ethical, social, political, and legal.
How did we get here? That is the right question to ask!
What I Have Learned About the Demise of Mankind is a stunning and not-so-fictional revelation of the key answers to the question of how did we get here?
In this paradigm-shifting debut novel, Truman Alexander reveals the evil works of the Dark One on earth by exposing the Underworld's training manual for new devils, tempters, and dark angels. The physical and digital books are "transcriptions” of the audiobook version.
Not unlike reading Shakespeare for the first time, it can be demanding to get into the cadence, pace, and tempo of each sentence of the manner in which the under-worldly characters speak. Happily, in the audio version of the book, Steve McCurdy's exceptional voice acting gracefully and entertainingly does the heavy lifting of the curiously unusual sentence structure, specific to the Underworld Training Manual, clearly not written for mere mortals. Like an ice-cold schooner of crisp beer, it is authentic and refreshing with a possible chilling side-effect.
The audiobook grabs hold of the listener’s attention. It forces them to think about their own decisions as excuses are taken away one after another. This benefit has a side effect. It immerses one into an introspective examination of life up until now. After this, it is impossible for an intelligent person not to want to better his or her life.
What I Have Learned About the Demise of Mankind is a unique book that reveals how we, the humans, have unwittingly collaborated with the Underworld to cut our own throats, often with what appears to be as soft as cotton balls that you know who hands to us. In other words, we don't even feel the pain as we slice our throat open and bleed out - at least - until it is too late!
It is said that "understanding the problem is the more important half of the solution". If you are completely satisfied with your life, you do not need this book. If you are not completely satisfied with your life, you can’t live without this book. It's your life, therefore your call...or is it?