Did the universe simply happen by sheer chance? And the people in it? How and what do the cells in your body communicate? Are we just a product of coincidence? Or were we called to existence by some higher power? These are some of the questions being answered in The Book That Happened by Hungarian author Attila Pergel. The Book That Happened takes insights of ontology to the realm of the infinite and explores the concepts of existence that permeate our everyday lives from a unique perspective.
From time immemorial, philosophers and scientists have pondered over the mysteries of the universe with existence and the “nature of being” dominating ontological thought. While several theories attempt to explain the origins of the universe, it is the infinite that is yet to be understood, let alone explained. The Book That Happened is Pergel’s attempt to tackle a complex subject and provoke a thought process within a reader after an initial grounding in the physics of time and space explained through childlike descriptions.
Pergel cleverly unravels what appears to be the territory of quantum physicists and breaks down the why’s and wherefores of the Universe helping a lay man understand a subject from a deeply engrossing perspective. The reader is goaded into wondering about the sensation of the invisible, and why the unseen is not proof of not being there.
An interesting aspect of The Book That Happened is that it does not claim to be gospel truth. Instead, it attempts to trigger a thought process and nudges a reader towards insight and self-revelation by connecting the dots. Throughout the book Pergel provides entertaining but factual experiments some even shocking. In a nutshell, The Book That Happened is ontology 2.0 and quanta simplified. It lays down theories, and deals with the concepts of time and space, dimensions, infinity and chance, within the human experience. It propagates a concept that fascinates a reader to self-stimulation.
From a young age Pergel has always been fascinated by his existence. Years of insight has finally culminated in The Book that happened which he says is not about achieving literary success but about offering the human race a chance to ask questions whose importance he feels will help people understand the complete picture. It is his vision to pass on to the world and his family a clear vision of mature thoughts and experiences not through a forceful propagation of theory like other works but through a message and descriptions that help others think beyond their daily experiences. The Book That Happened is not a one-day read and contains multiple levels of understanding,
The Book That happened, was initially written in Hungarian and released in 2020. Since then, it has sold more than 2,000 copies in Hungary and has achieved favorable reviews from readers suggesting it has helped many. The positive feedback and success have motivated Pergel to now release the book in English. To understand more about the book, one can watch the trailer on YouTube. The book is now available on Amazon, Google play and Apple Books.
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