In this theopoetics publication, the book/novel "To Roam" speculates about the journey of the human being through his soul and the Temptations to which he is still subject. A special feature stands out and has to do with the influence of decisions made by desire. The author's approach – the "It" is done by the sophistication with which this is given at the time of access to a "citadel of the Dead".
One thesis is explicit: that we carry in the soul the actions of the human body. I understand that you want to make us more human to face what will come after the loss of life we understand as a world. In this theopoiésis I do not see myself required to have a prior knowledge of the thesis of the narrative, except that we are fragile as being.
It is a fact that the reader of the novel theopoetics should have a modicum of sensitivity to his fragility as an individual.
In the introduction, the author makes it clear that it is not an autohelp, which becomes interesting by inserting a plot that leads us to yearn for the final outcome. The cover of the book already intrigues us for letting us speculate on what its content is about. 
The visual format in distributing the contents of the passages of the book allows us as a reader, freedom to float and return to consult certain protagonists and actions. This is a book that I should read more often, that is, I should always return to it to discover new values and lessons. I have lifelong as a reader and a human being, sought to know in this way the themes that are being discussed there. 
This area – that of the human being and its relations between peers and with the not visible, moves our speculation ever since. The goal, I believe, of the author, is to work more works on the topic and I am looking forward to how it will proceed.
The importance of the work that explores the Teopoética, is done by the honesty of facing the existence of potential life that is not exhausted in known world.


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