books MimadamosAuthor Chadi B. Ghaith – Multi-channel.co

What If The Most Awaited Battle In Time Armageddon Is Already Happening Inside YOU What If Your Current Reality Is A Translation Of Its Eventuality Did The Ending Precede The Beginning Is There A Deeper Meaning To Existence Locked Somewhere Within You, Waiting To Be Accessed Can A Unique Narrative Help You Discover Essential, Hidden Truths About Humanity Enter The Forbidden Realm Of Mimadamos The Soul Of Adam , And Experience The Spiritual Code That Runs Through Every Event In Time And Will Forever Alter History As You Think You Know ItIf You Are Simply Looking For A Traditional Novel To Read, Mimadamos Is Not For You Mimadamos Is Not Merely About A Story Line It Is About Moments Of Truth That Send Shiver Down Your Spine It Is Not Merely About Losing Yourself To The Narrative It Is About Finding Yourself In The Meaning The Material Revealed In Mimadamos Is Astonishing And Will Permanently Alter Your Perception Of Reality The Uniqueness You Are About To Be Exposed To Cannot Be Easily Ignored Or Overlooked Like Sunlight, Its Power Translates Into Immediate Vision Mimadamos Is Certain To Be Life Changing For You Provided That You Receive It With A Free And Open Mind Allowing Its Absolving Narrative To Work Its Way Through You


10 thoughts on “Mimadamos

  1. says:

    One of the most unique books I have ever read.Mimadamos is a metaphysical exploration of the concepts that make up our understanding and philosophy of life, told in a modern narrative format, rather like a fable With very little dialogue and an abstract plot, I can see why some readers may find that some parts seem to drag on However, I really liked the book and have even highlighted some of my favourite parts I love the dynamics between the characters of Hope, Destiny, Choice, and others such as Hope, Space and Time.If you re looking for something spiritual and different to read, I highly recommend this book Huge thank you to the author for giving me a signed copy for an honest review.


  2. says:

    I have a lot to say about this book but I m not going to say it all because I want to focus on having a fair review instead of a ridiculous rant The first thing I want to start off with is what I liked about this book It is very unique I realize I say this about pretty much every book I review but I think Indie Authors tend to be unique writers so that s no surprise But in all honesty, it is very unique and very original The concept of Fate being a man who is soon to marry the woman Destiny was enough to catch my interest Plus, the cover looked spectacular I just had to read it and, in terms of exceptionalism, this book knocked it out of the park I won t call it creative but I will say it tackled some interesting concepts in a very different and out of the box style I also enjoyed the narration There was very little dialogue and not very much description but I knew exactly what was happening and I could keep up with the story There weren t a lot of big words but the style of writing carried a distinct air of sophistication This book reads like an old classic when, in fact, it was published very recently So my hat goes off to the author for really demonstrating such expertise in this field It was inspiring to read such mature writing The last thing I enjoyed was the structure of the novel, it was third person narration but it followed multiple characters and really told their separate stories in a great way I wasn t hopping from character to character but I knew their stories and I could connect the dots fine enough Sometimes it gets confusing when you re writing or reading from duel perspectives but I never fell out of line in this novel Now, I ve gone into detail about what I liked so here comes the hard part What I didn t like For a book with such sophistication and style, it really deserves a higher rating than what I gave it but I m not one who judges simply on good grammar and narration I can five star the crappiest edited novel as long as it holds my interest with the plotline and, unfortunately, this book did not hold my interest very long It wasn t a long read but it seemed to drag on The style of writing was very poetic but it took forever to just get to the point because of how beautifully crafted each sentence was, which is just another way to say he put in about ten extra words that didn t need to be there but they weren t grammatically incorrect so it was acceptable The second thing I disliked was tricky because I did like it but I didn t like the way it was presented and that was the actual concept of the entire book Fate and Destiny being alive and in a relationship, cool Sounds like an old fable being retold in modern times Except it wasn t I was expecting a great story with an underlying philosophical message, instead I got a lengthy and awkward philosophical rant with a story somewhere on the side I felt like the concept had so much potential and it just fell flat The last thing I disliked was that this book was presented to me as a Christian Fantasy novel I feel like this book is not Christian at all Don t get me wrong, I am absolutely open to reading books of multiple genres, in fact I probably read Christian Fiction least often But I don t like being misled just for a review I probably would have rated this book higher if I hadn t cracked it open with the mindset that I was being presented with an epic Christian Fantasy novel That s not to say that it didn t include spiritual concepts but that s about it The inclusion of Fate, Destiny, and a deified figure, which isn t exactly portrayed as the Christian God, Almighty, doesn t make a book a Christian Fantasy novel any than mentioning a burka makes a book Muslim Fiction This was, perhaps, my biggest issue in that I was told one thing when in fact this book turned out to be something completely different I would label it as spiritual fiction but certainly not Christian Fiction Many religions have a focus on some sort of deity they call god so having a higher power in your book doesn t make it the Christian God, Almighty Overall, I would say this book is actually a 4 out of 5 But because of personal issues, I rated it lower It is a very well written and well planned novel It takes on an intriguing concept and I think it tells a fairly decent story Anyone looking for something that will take you out of your comfort zone will enjoy this If you want to explore some deep thinking and unique concepts, then this book is for you I would recommend this to adult readers I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review


  3. says:

    This book gets full points for originality I thought that it was very creative of the author to personify concepts such as Fate, Destiny, Choice, Hope, History, Time and Space, creating a whole story around them Mimadamos was written in third person, with multiple POVs and I actually enjoyed that a lot It allowed the book to shows us what was happening on each side of the battle , to introduce new characters and describe their individual stories in detail In a way, this book was similar to a fable since the personified concepts were used to shed some light and help us view scripts such as Genesis and Armageddon from a new perspective.Though at the beginning of the book I found it a bit difficult to find the connection between the Genesis where the famous story of Adam and Eve is portrayed and the relationship between Fate and Destiny, the end of the book does clarify this It was also interesting to see how Dhumanos was worshipped by many, but when his true identity as the Devil was revealed, everyone joined forces and saw him as their common enemy despite the differences that had divided them in the past However, I have to admit that the first time Dhumanos was introduced, I had automatically assumed that he was the Devil I hadn t realised that his followers weren t aware of this.There was several important messages and insights present in Mimadamos One quote I especially like is about Time and how we perceive it An hour in a doctor s waiting room is much longer than an hour at the fun fair Time is a funny thing it s hard to pin down It s longer when you are a child, and shorter as you get older The time you have experienced, the shorter it seems to get Another phrase that I found especially touching is this one Life is death in slow motion, and death is life in fast forward HOWEVER I think this book had a lot to give if it wasn t so convoluted The plot itself was original and interesting, however it was overshadowed by a lot of philosophical ramblings that were often hard to understand I m sure there were a lot of important messages to be found there, but it wasn t easy to get to them The writing was extremely intricate, which is something that deserves praise, but the long and extremely crafted sentences often became tiring.I found that this book took me a lot time to read than it should, taking into account the number of pages In my effort to grasp every bit of information hidden in those paragraphs, I often became bored The ideas seemed to be repeated quite often, and instead of being straight to the point, the writing dragged on.Since this book didn t have much dialogue and it didn t extend itself on describing settings, it had the potential to be a very interesting and rather fast read However, by the end of the book I was focusing mainly on the plot itself and often skimmed through the poetic and philosophical parts.Actually, I would have preferred if this book focused on plot and on developing the characters further I would have liked dialogue and insight into the relationships between characters And, between all this, all those beautiful messages should have been incorporated in a clearer and less complex narrative.Nevertheless, this is a book you might want to try if you wish to see the scripts through a new and very original perspective


  4. says:

    Intriguing concept but I felt it lacked in execution Philosophical concepts like Fate, Time, and Choice are personified in what seems to be the realm of a fantasy story While the idea, in itself is I believe good, the characters fall short of ever being true characters and I felt no empathy for anyone whatsoever I was expecting a subtle philosophy that might underline a vibrant story, while what I got was an irrelevant and extraneous philosophy surrounding characters and story that I felt nothing for.


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  6. says:

    The author proclaims himself a gnostic See definition below.This book is not a fantasy This book sets out to be a fable, to be an allegory It tells the life of Destiny and her mate Fate, their offspring, and the other meta beings that interact with them There is a timelessness to the storyline, which makes the several references to computers and e mails quite jarring and out of sync with the rest of the context.While it sets out to be an allegory, it ends up being a sermon The sentences are beautifully written, but they are joined together to form very stiff, contrived, and awkward paragraphs I am not being told a story, I am being taught a lesson I m in Sunday School, and my teacher is edifying me about supreme beings That s fine, but I was really looking forward to a story, not a sermon.__________A complimentary advance copy of this book was provided by the publisher for the purpose of review at Netgalley.com.__________Gnos ti cism definition by Google a prominent heretical movement of the 2nd century Christian Church, partly of pre Christian origin Gnostic doctrine taught that the world was created and ruled by a lesser divinity, the demiurge, and that Christ was an emissary of the remote supreme divine being, esoteric knowledge gnosis of whom enabled the redemption of the human spirit.dem i urge definition by Google in Gnosticism and other theological systems a heavenly being, subordinate to the Supreme Being, that is considered to be the controller of the material world and antagonistic to all that is purely spiritual.


  7. says:

    This was an interesting take on an old story Characters named Destiny, Fate and Choice are featured in the tale As the story unfolds, Destiny and Fate marry and build a life to include their son, Choice I got a feeling of an old folk tale or fable as I read this story, which gets very philosophical when discussing knowledge and ignorance There is almost a sense of and Aesop fable and a story with a moral in the end It is a unique approach to an age old story I enjoyed the experience.


  8. says:

    Mimadamos The Eden of Choice by Chadi B Ghaith is a unique book for sure The matters that this book deals with in abstract form and deep existentialist thought could have only made a book lengthy and boring if not for the author s compelling narrative The book lacks much dialogue and it did feel that some parts were dragged on but I felt like I was reading a entertaining version of Albert Camus while reading this book.The characters Fate, Destiny personified as man and woman is in itself quite a unique concept Not that emotions and ideas haven t been personified in literature before, but just the way they have been written, with each element submerged in the character it represents made me enjoy this book In some parts, this book even reminded me of Neil Gaiman s Sandman The book was creative in its ideas and as a reader, that was something quite refreshing for me Usually, reading indie authors offers me a spin off of some popular book and elements taken from different books but Mimadamos remained out of the box from the beginning The writing is another part I adored apart from the narration and the theme I am fonder of Young Adult books than classics but recently even my taste has started evolving and I do appreciate some sophisticated writings Now as for the parts I did not like The lack of an obvious plot made my attention waver when it came to reading this book in one sitting I am used to being swallowed up by a book rather than reading it in parts This book I read sentence by sentence and I could see from outside how good the prose was but the book failed to keep me glued I often shut the book, picked up something else and then later returned to it when I felt like it The writing can be referred to as a philosophical rambling and after a while, I just looked for an obvious storyline I could stay connected to But overall Hope, Time, Space, History and Choice made this book to be an extraordinary one.


  9. says:

    I found this book to be very original The author s writing style stands out It has a flow of words that is almost poetic, and full of rich and vivid imagery Destiny and Fate are characters with a great and complex dynamic in this book about good vs evil However, there is so much to this book It has layers of meaning and is not just an engaging read, it is though provoking as well.The story is original and feels fresh The language and writing are complex, and while they have a good flow, it feels slightly bogged down in areas by the language, and it is a lengthy read However, by a few chapters in, I was so engrossed that the length of the story didn t bother me and I was used to the language and writing style by then In fact, I found it to be beautiful in how this was written I would be very curious to read by this author I received a free copy of this book.


  10. says:

    Chadi has managed to weave wisdom that is intricate and complicated, yet fundementally simple and eternally relevant, into a story that captures ones imagination propelling us into a magical world and effecting ones own reality by the beauty of the passages within the story The themes in this novel will play on your mind long after you have read it I truly believe a great book has a way of choosing us than us choosing it And who knows, maybe this novel will invoke the warrior of awakening in you.