If you have an open mind, and enjoy good fiction, The Knowledge of Good and Evil is a great read. Many devout religious readers may take offense to the book, so I feel the need to remind those folks that this is fiction. This isn’t a DaVinci Code or anything like it, so for those who have either loved or hated that book, The Knowledge of Good and Evil has nothing to do with it. Ian has a near death experience and is convinced his parents have been condemned to an eternity in hell despite being good people who saved his life when he was a child. After years in the clergy, Ian is searching for a miracle that can convince him God does indeed exist and his parents are in heaven. With a team of doctors Ian begins experimenting with clinical death for a few minutes at a time, searching for answers. In The Knowledge of Good and Evil Ian’s actions do not go unnoticed and attracts the attention of an ancient society that exists to protect the church at all costs. Ian still has friends in Rome, but they are not enough to protect him during this thrilling journey.
The Knowledge of Good and Evil in Review
The Knowledge of Good and Evil is a story with many emotions, and one heck of a climax that will leave you thinking of such consequences. I enjoyed The Knowledge of Good and Evil and found the story to be thrilling yet intriguing. Prior to reading this book, I had never heard of the author, Glenn Kleier. After reading The Knowledge of Good and Evil , I will be looking forward to future books. The Knowledge of Good and Evil should be on your book list.