Wednesday, March 20, 2024

Involution & Evolution - A Sampling of the Book by Joss Sheldon - A Rhyming Anti-War Novel


It’s not easy to make a stand for peace, when you live in a world which is besotted with war...

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This is the story of Alfred Freeman, a boy who does everything he can; to serve humankind. He feeds five-thousand youths, salves-saves-and-soothes; and champions the maligned. He helps paralytics to feel fine, turns water into wine; and gives sight to the blind.

When World War One draws near, his nation is plunged into fear; and so Alfred makes a stand. He opposes the war and calls for peace, disobeys the police; and speaks out across the land. He makes speeches, and he preaches; using statements which sound grand.

But the authorities hit back, and launch a potent-attack; which is full of disgust-derision-and-disdain. Alfred is threatened with execution, and suffers from persecution; which leaves him writhing in pain. He struggles to survive, remain alive; keep cool and stay sane.

'Involution & Evolution' is a masterpiece of rhyme, with a message which echoes through time; and will get inside your head. With colourful-characters and poetic-flair, it is a scathing critique of modern-warfare; and all its gory-bloodshed. It's a novel which breaks new ground, is sure to astound; and really must be read!

Probably the best epic-poem of the modern era, Involution & Evolution is fast-paced masterpiece that will touch your soul…

  • "One of the best anti-war novels I have read" – Kevin J. Litner, Amazon USA
  • "Great, thrilling, and enlightening book!" – Emma Parker, Amazon USA
  • "A heartfelt and beautifully written book" – Kiarna Lewis, Goodreads
  • "Unlike anything I've read before" – Stephenie Oxley, Goodreads
  • "I was completely engrossed" – Frank Horne, Amazon UK
  • "This book touched me" – Tebutebu, Amazon UK
  • "Elegant and beautiful" – David W, Amazon UK


Joss Sheldon is a scruffy nomad, unchained free-thinker, and post-modernist radical. He was raised in one of the anonymous suburbs that wrap themselves around London's beating heart. Then he escaped!

With a degree from the London School of Economics to his name, Sheldon had spells selling falafel at music festivals, being a ski-bum, and failing to turn the English Midlands into a haven of rugby league.

Then, in 2013, he stumbled upon McLeod Ganj; an Indian village which is home to thousands of angry monkeys. It was there that Sheldon wrote his debut novel, Involution & Evolution.

Eleven years down the line, he's penned eight titles in total, including two works of non-fiction: DEMOCRACY: A User's Guide, and his latest release, FREEDOM: The Case For Open Borders.

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