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Lynne McTaggart Writing Styles in The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe

Lynne McTaggart
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"The Field—The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe" is written by Lynne McTaggart. McTaggart is an investigative journalist who is described as "indefatigable" by one of her critics. "The Field" is written in the third person omniscient narrative. McTaggart is not a scientist; rather, she is a seasoned journalist who has taken on controversial non-fiction subjects, such as that in her book, "The Baby Brokers: The Marketing of White Babies in America." That McTaggart has conducted meticulous background work and research on the complex subjects of quantum physics and human consciousness, is obvious. The enigmatic issues covered in the book in narrative style could require no less. She indicates in "Acknowledgments" that the book took eight years to complete.

In her research for "The Field," McTaggart becomes intrigued and enthused to understand the little-known subjects and grasp their elusive resolutions that do not seem...

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