Review of Prof. Eva Thury

Like the stories of mythology, Justin R. Smith's The Mills of God immerses the reader in the timeless issues of human striving in the face of the implacable forces of the universe. The heroine, Constance Fairchild is an innocent child and a poet, but she is also the reincarnation of Richard Steele, a cutting-edge mathematician who may have died under mysterious circumstances.

Her terrifying journey sends her traveling across Europe and takes her into the world of modern art as well as into the realm of computers serving as tools for the most malicious kind of identity theft. You are swept along with Constance as she struggles to escape annihilation through navigating the mysterious labyrinth built by the wiles of big business at its most malevolent. I could not put this book down until I finished it. I can hardly wait for the sequel.

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