“This life of the world is nothing But a Pastime and a Game.”
(Quran, The Book of Islam)
“How could this be possible? Or is this the true meaning of the life?” were the questions that I asked myself since I read this. Is there an imaginary world and a real one? But after meeting Elisa and seeing these alternative (imaginary) worlds, I slowly realized that I am in a world of amusement indeed.
Finally I could see that everything is a fictitious game in this book. I am sure that you will agree with me and rethink about the “truth” as you keep reading this book in which Elisa lived and my interesting trips with Elisa. And you’ll be remember that In the universe, Everything has both an imaginary view and a real one, after this long trip!.
“..Could the life we live and we consider as real be a fancy and funny fiction? What is reality?
This has been discussed again and again, throughout history. It has inspired artists and philosophers.”
He was just a little boy according to his parents.
Time has passed quickly. But he decided not to lose his childish spirit in spite of everything. He would find a way to implement his belief about finding the elixir of youth and the eternity of life.
- “Soon we will take a step into a new period by discovering the truth in this alternative world!” he was saying while searching for the elixir of immortality all the time.
"A black rabbit sneaked into a white hole.."
What was that?
There was not the world we knew, everything was meaningless but a brand new world and a vision were awaiting for the rabbit.."
The Miraculous “WONDERLAND”:
Where EVERYTHING is POSSIBLE..
Murat Ukray, who is also a publisher, was born in 1976 in Istanbul. After studying Electronic Engineering at the University, he started writing and publishing. He has published -14- books. Little Elisa is the author's 12th Book. Author's Other Published Books: 1- The Reality of Doomsday (Fiction Novel) (2006), 2- Unified Field Theory (Theory - Physics & Mathematics) (2007), 3- Signs of Jesus (Research) (2008), 4- The Reality of Creation- 2 Volume (Atlas of Biochemistry) (2009), 5- Aşk-ı Mesnevi (Fiction Novel) (2010) 6- Owners of the Time (Essay) (2011), 7- Women's Guide (Catechism) (2012), 8- Tales of the Ancients (Research) (2013), 9- Ruyet-ul Gayb (Messenger Dreams) (Essay) (2014), 10- Infinity of Eternity (114 Codes) (Theory & Practice) (2015), 11- Kanon (A New Interpretation of the Holy Books) (Theory & Research) (2016), 12- Little Elisa (Time Traveler) (Children's Book) (2017), 13- The Lights of God (The Story Starting in the Desert) (Sci-Fi) (2018), 14- The Last Prophecy - 2 Volume (Science-Fiction Novel) (2019)
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