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The Ninth Universe

The Ninth Universe is Ian Barrett's fourth book, and continues a pattern of very eclectic literary endeavours. His first published work was a novel from 5th Century Britain titled Watches of the Night. This was followed by I'm Swimming in the Gene Pool Without a Lifejacket or 127 Lesson Learned on How to be Happy and Dysfunctional at the Same Time, a humourous autobiography. Ian then stepped again into a new genre with Beyond the Darkness, his controversial book on religion and spirituality. This latter work was published internationally by Key Publishing House Inc.
The Ninth Universe once more goes in a diverse and unique direction...this time into the area of philosophy. By using poetic prose, Ian adopts a conversation between God and Gabriel, some 14 billion years ago to discuss each of the emotions that comprise the human condition.