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Simultaneously simple and straightforward yet immersive and complex in its layers

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"The Organ Pipes of the Soul" is a unique yet rewarding literary experience. Springer refuses to compromise his literary vision for these characters and their individual yet universal journeys. Both entertaining and thought-provoking, "The Organ Pipes of the Soul" isn't necessarily the type of book you find atop the bestseller lists yet for those who commit themselves to it it will likely be a book reflected upon for years to come.

Weaves new science theories with a story full of action and adventure

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As I understand it, this new science postulates that everything is ultimately energy that allows us to achieve unity with others in a kind of collective consciousness—both an inspiring and a rather scary way to look at things. All in all, I recommend The Organ Pipes of the Soul as an entertaining and thought-provoking read.

A Review of “The Organ Pipes of the Soul” by Mary Woldering

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Arthur also discovered that in his in-between times here, he has created many wonderful things and stations but something has gone wrong. The afterlife concept in itself is spiraling and Arthur realizes he must fix it so people can decide whether they will reincarnate, or "go home".

A Review of “The Organ Pipes of the Soul” by Richard P. / Vine Voice

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"The Organ Pipes of the Soul" is, to be perfectly honest, both remarkably entertaining yet also filled with so much thought and spiritual exploration that it practically demands that you set it down and chew on it for a bit before continuing on the journey.

A Review of “The Organ Pipes of the Soul” by Gerald R. Stanek

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If your idea of heaven is peace and tranquility, you won’t find it here. Questions of free will aside, this is a barroom brawl of an afterlife and a rip roarin’ tale.

The After Hour Show Interview

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 The After Hour Show · Robert Springer Interview