The Secret Life of the Universe
Well at least that's what the blurb suggests. The trouble is that it's hard to see just what the book is saying. It jumps around from topic to topic, never staying with one long enough to give any useful information. The only consistent thing is a nagging criticism of Western society - it seems its easy to be negative about the society we live in, especially when you aren't constrained by facts. But one might hope that someone recommending a positive outlook on life could have followed her own recommendation. It's such as shame - towards the end Corzine devotes a whole ten pages to the subject of near death experiences and this is enough to begin to be of interest. But there are so many other things that could have been interesting if they had been dealt with more fully, such as Corzine's time with the Findhorn community. The book may be of use to those who want for a starting point for looking into the convergence of science and mysticism - it has useful endnotes, bibliography and resources pages. Otherwise I would suggest that you leave it alone.