Book Review: 4:26am by Ian Clark

Is something missing from your life? Impossible to put into words. Religion, faddy diets, exercise regimes, even science and the search for knowledge, none of these fill the void in your soul. One night in 2011 hell opened, chewed and swallowed me.

From this came an understanding. On one hand it is mundane, some may shrug their shoulders and say “So what?” On the other hand it reveals how extraordinary nature is.

It only says what and why the void is, there is no offer of a solution to filling it. How will the worlds of science, religion and even pseudo-science respond; disbelief, joy or dismay? Some wishful thinkers will be delighted, but please be cautious, I would not wish to visit the night from hell on anyone.

Graham Clark – “Determination Ian’s middle name”
Nathan Jones – “I believe this could be true, and another option has not yet been proven to me. When I asked my daughter if she thought it could be true, she said “Yes, I do. Because it has logic to it””
Kim Mercado – “I like you have suffered with night terrors, or whatever you want to call them. But I know other people don’t have them like that, so don’t stop I’m sure we not the only ones who seek answers.”

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