New Novel Brings Into Question the Limits of Faith — Religious, Scientific, Faith in Others

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Joseph Grossman’s debut title ‘Fruit of the Tree’ also raises philosophical questions about humanity

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An innocent man is thrust into a race that has lasted since the dawn of time — a quest to find a mysterious object that has the power to change the world in Joseph Grossman’s first fantasy adventure novel, “Fruit of the Tree: A Quest” (published by Archway Press). The book is available for purchase at:

Danger lurks around every corner, in every corner of the world for Joe after he is recruited by a clandestine organization to find the legendary object. There is danger in romance as well — whom can you trust? And, should he succeed in his quest, what awaits: genius or madness?

“On one level it’s an adventure and romance, in multiple locations around the world, but on another it hopes to raise philosophical questions about who we are, where we came from, and what does ‘humanity’ entail,” Grossman says, adding. “I hope that readers enjoy the story, find humor and humanity in the characters, and that it gives them things to think about.”

Fruit of the Tree
By Joseph Grossman
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 336 pages | ISBN 9781480866669
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 336 pages | ISBN 9781480866652
E-Book | 336 pages | ISBN 9781480866676
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Joseph Grossman is a largely fictitious character, created by himself and subject to periodic rewrites and edits. He has been to many places and done many things, primarily while sleeping.

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