Dennis Siluk’s “The Galilean” at the Paris Book Festival

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Dennis L. Siluk’s The Galilean (Poems for the Soul) has just received an Honorable Mention at the Paris Book Festival.

The Galilean is Dr. Siluk’s 48th book! iUniverse is delighted to congratulate him on all of his success.


Front coverThe poems within this volume, consist of a series called: “The Galilean” 87-poems out of 653 have been selected, from six chapbooks of which six thousand copies have been handed out freely to: churches, individuals and facilities seeking the wisdom of the scriptures concerning Jesus Christ’s love and salvation; three chapbooks were sent to Pope Francis whom gave a favorable response.

This is the author’s Magnum Opus in poetry. Deep into the book’s inner-core one will discover its mysteries: those seldom brought to light. (A two year project)


Some reviews and comments:

“The Commentary for the poem ‘Conclusion: God’s Existence’ is excellent” -Sister Marleny Rojas (11-2013) Directora del Colegio Santa María Madre de Dios

“I like the poem, ‘God’s Nature'” -Marissa Cardenas, Journalist, Correo Newspaper (Huancayo, Peru) 2013 “With great regard and admiration . . . you being a decorous person-:

‘Poems for the Soul’ (The Galilean) tells us, the reader, once more of your endless layers and poetic productions, which exalt the intelligence and human culture” -Mayor, San Juan De Miraflores, Lima, Perú: Dr. Adolfo Vargas, 8-2013


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