The 100th Human: A Novel

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Sunbury Press, Inc., 2006 - Fiction - 340 pages
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“the 100th human” tracks the life-or-death, heroic quest of three unforgettable characters as they navigate the epic challenges facing the earth and her inhabitants. In this novel, Chris Fenwick successfully explains such complex scientific theories as critical mass, zero point, wave functions and punctuated equilibrium, making them accessible and even important to our daily lives.This fast-paced journey melds the teachings of the Kabbalah, the Vedas and Christ, fusing the universal concepts of purpose, gratitude, consciousness and love into one compelling story of hope, but also of responsibility.
 

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About the author (2006)

Chris Fenwick, a consummate optimist, artist and entrepreneur, has traveled the globe learning from societies, scientists and sages alike. Following the birth of her third child, she was captured by the story of the 100th human and not released until its successful publication in 2006, a year and a half later. She is a co-owner in three companies and lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with her partner and three children.

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