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THE ALIEN’S GUIDE TO PLANET EARTH –BOOKS #1 and #2 – PREQUEL Kindle Edition
- File size : 569 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 53 pages
- Publisher : Amazon KDP (27 Mar. 2013)
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- ASIN : B00C2GF4RY
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: 2,740,718 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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However, behind the humour there is apparently some sort of provoked analysis. People have always been thrilled to look at themselves from a different angle, from 'outside'.
When we actually manage to do that, we sometimes do not like what we see, which is in a way 'healthy', provided we could bear some uneasy truths about our existence and set mentality.
That is usually where we would like to change something about or around us.
I appreciate this book even for the sole trigger of such thoughts in us.
Furthermore, I attempted to observe the moral of the story and kind of saw some metamorphosis within the alien himself - I got the impression that the author used more and more verbs denoting some feelings and emotions.
Indeed, we should think more about the balance between reason and emotions. That is where mutual understanding starts to show up. Otherwise, nonsense would prevail.
As for the alien, I suppose he represents some metaphor that conveys our own cultural, social, technological and intellectual clashes around times, places and various people.
In fact, by the end of this book, I was really challenged to wonder if we could live in harmony, acknolwedging our diversity in the 21st century.
You may want to read this narrative either to try to find some answers for yourself, or simply to enjoy some blunders, which you still could make sense of.