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A FISH MADE OF WATER

by Hans Decoz

Available on amazon and other booksellers. (This is NOT a numerology book.)

A Fish Made of Water, by numerologist Hans Decoz, this is not a numerology book

 

A Fish Made of Water follows Johan, an abused child and suicidal heroin addict born and raised in Amsterdam, from the black hole of addiction to the edge of enlightenment with the help of Daenko, an eccentric Physicist living in an abandoned bakery.

Daenko's mysterious poems and unusual explanations of the cosmos and evolution, awaken in Johan a new appreciation for life.

Guided by Daenko's stories, in particular one in which Lao Tzu and Albert Einstein share a meal, and several revealing dreams, Johan's childhood quest for the Holy Grail is revived.

A Fish Made of Water is part autobiography, part fiction. Johan's experience of the unseen world, however, is real.


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4.0 out of 5 stars

I had no idea !!! Life can throw you curve balls for sure.....
By Andras M. Nagyon August 21, 2015
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I am a Numerology student/practitioner of Hans, basically I've bought his software and then I've proceeded for hours to listen to his audio course, which is an amazing and very comprehensive treatise on the subject. During which, I have often imagined the author as a very well balanced person, completely at ease and grounded well. Then I have heard about his semi-autobiographical book and I just had to check it out. This book fills the picture to the puzzle of the author's life in his youth, and the self discovery and salvation he experienced, by not giving up and looking for inner strength in mysticism. I have just started to read the book, which is interesting and entertaining all in one.


5.0 out of 5 stars

I'm amazed at the life Hans Decoz lived (and survived) to ...
By Greene Earthon March 9, 2015
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What an adventure! I'm amazed at the life Hans Decoz lived (and survived) to ultimately find his spiritual awakening. The story is part auto- biography, part fiction. The events of the story and the depth of the insights kept me turning the pages, eager to find out what would happen next. Mr. Decoz' voice is strong and sure, the characters memorable. A deep, and also entertaining book that I highly recommend!

 

5.0 out of 5 stars

Great book!
By Linda :-) on January 3, 2015
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I really enjoyed this book. I found it captivating and well written. I was immediately engrossed, and invested in the story until the end. I am glad the author went on to have a successful life.



5.0 out of 5 stars

I've known Hans Decoz for 17 years and I never knew him like I know him now!
ByNancy Laineon August 26, 2014
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I've known Hans Decoz for 17 years and I never knew him like I know him now! Like the other reviewers, I couldn't put it down. Hans is quite a private person and I'm amazed (and grateful) that he chose to share his extraordinary life with us in such a public way. He is a very bright light in this world, and it's a flat out MIRACLE he's still with us today.

 

5.0 out of 5 stars

One of the most profoundly entertaining books I've read in a long time!
By Ron Matthewson August 21, 2014
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When I read the summary I thought that this was going to be a retelling of Siddhartha by Herman Hess. Wow, was I ever wrong. It is about one man's journey from hell to something other than hell but it was nothing like I had ever read before. I don't want to give any more than that away. Suffice to say that from the frist chapter, I was hooked and finished the book in a few hours.

This was one of the most profoundly entertaining books I've read in some time and I hope that the author has a few more books in him that are dying to come out. I'll be first in line to buy the next one



4.0 out of 5 stars

A Fish Made of Water is an excellent read, the prose smooth and clear the poetry ...
By Claudia Durron July 25, 2014
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A Fish Made of Water is an excellent read, the prose smooth and clear the poetry profoundly thought provoking. I couldn't put it down!

 


The book is only $12.95 at amazon. Kindle versions are also available.

MORE BOOKS BY HANS DECOZ:

Numerology; Key To Your Inner Self

Numerology; Key To Your Inner Self

A Consciousness of Being - a self-help book, but not a numerology book

A Consciousness of Being

 

 

FIRST EXCERPT:

When I get to his house I'm relieved to see he's home. I open the back door and step into his kitchen. The trash is unbelievable. He's married to a nurse, a nice lady who doesn't use but sometimes carries for him. She probably gave up keeping the place more or less tidy a long time ago.
My source is sitting at the kitchen table, fat, dirty, stoned to the gills. His hair is his pride and joy, a huge black mane tumbling down almost to his hips. A moustache, big as a push broom, hides his crooked teeth. His skin is yellow and oily. Bushy eyebrows angle downwards in a perpetual state of sorrow. Today he looks even more miserable than usual. I sense that he's on the edge of tears. I'm not interested in his emotional state though, I just want to buy some smack. He takes my money and gives me the dope. I'm not even sitting down, I want to get the hell out of his stink hole. I can't stop myself though.
"What's wrong? You look like shit."
"She killed herself man."
"What are you talking about?"
"She was picked up two days ago with half an ounce on her. They put her in jail. They released her early this morning, but she didn't go home. The cops came by, told me she walked straight to the railroad and stepped in front of the train."
I'm looking at him, my brain flooded with visions of blood and gore splattered all over the yellow, bullet-shaped nose of a commuter train going eighty miles an hour. I wonder how they clean up something like that.
I'm not feeling anything, just regret that I had to ask. Now I've got to say something.
"Sorry to hear that, man." I leave him alone with his misery.
Something has changed though. The sky feels brittle, the cold air hard and unforgiving. I can feel the uneven pavement under my feet. There's a loud buzzing in my ears. My brain fills with images of the nurse. I can hear her voice. She was born in Germany and never lost her accent. A sturdy girl with square hips, big solid breasts, nice broad shoulders, and strong legs. Her head, framed in tight little curls, always seemed too small for her body. Her nose was tiny, her mouth too big, her round, slightly slanted blue eyes placed far apart. She would never be called a beauty, but there was a sexual energy about her that made her very attractive. I fantasized about her more than once. I've known her for years, well before she met the bum I just left sitting at his kitchen table, surrounded by a junkie's paraphernalia and enough trash to fill a small landfill. She could've done so much better. Before I reach the end of the block, I too am crying. Silent tears stream down my cheeks, some of it for the girl, most of it for me. This world is just too fucking rough. Suicide is my thing, if I just had the guts.

End of excerpt: A Fish Made of Water


SECOND EXCERPT:

I'm not sure what he means by that and don't respond. He's looking at me, his smile gone, replaced by something more serious. His eyes are holding me locked in a mindless state of idiocy. I've forgotten who I am, where I am. What's going on here?
Daenko turns away, gets up and walks out the door, leaving most of his beer behind. I watch him grab the handle bars of a big black bicycle leaning against the brick wall across from the pub's entrance. He swings a leg over the seat. Wooden blocks are attached to the pedals to compensate for his short stature. For a split second, my mind pictures him stopping a runaway horse, a vague childhood memory that flashes by so fast it leaves no residue. Then he's gone.
I notice he forgot to take the scrap of paper he was doodling on. There are just a few lines of text, what appears to be a poem. He wrote his lines carefully. His penmanship is immaculate. There are no strikethroughs.

Away from the periphery, I am
      immersed in the sound of a river.
   The light of many suns plays with the foliage of my soul.

The wind brings life…
      is life!

A spring satisfies my every need.

Away from the periphery, I exist
      in vibrant stillness.
Where galaxies are created and destroyed with every breath.

Until the buzzing of a fly
      lures me back.
To be lost once again in the reality of my illusion.

I don't get it. The wind brings life? Is life? What does that mean? I fold the paper and put it in my pocket. Maybe it'll make sense some day.

End of excerpt: A Fish Made of Water

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