This We Know

This We KnowThis We Know is an extraordinary book – even if I do say so myself.


I didn’t plan to write it … it just arrived.

I wrote and published it in just two weeks.

It doesn’t take long to read but it leaves an impact that lasts a long time.

It explores two simple questions – what do we really know? – and what don’t we know?

And then lays down a gauntlet for us to ‘imagineer’ a world we would like to know into existence!!

Get it for Kindle (or Kindle Readers) on Amazon UK here

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Get it in in print on Amazon here

And to find out why and how I wrote the book, listen to these interviews

By the way, don’t believe me about how extra-ordinary this book is!


Read the reviews and decide for yourself …


“Everything starts with a thought and this is a catalyst to change thoughts and make new choices.”

“The power behind this book is far more than the written message it conveys.”

“The postscript gave me goosebumps of excitement. It sets out a vision of what we could be as a society.”

“He pushes boundaries, approaches things from a whole new perspective – and he’s practical and 100% solution-orientated.”

“This is such a brilliant book. Easy to read – I sat down and read the whole thing in 1 hour and loved it!”

“This helps put your life into perspective! As lateral as thinking about reality goes.”

“The world Tom Evans describes sounds wonderful. I hope this goes viral.”

“Every page has an insight and this book will become a reference text on my bookshelf for a long time to come.”

“It took me 20 minutes to read this little book. Currently that’s one eighth of the time I’ve subsequently been thinking about the content.”

“Even though I probably could have gone through the whole thing in about 30 minutes, I am stopping, pondering, loving it. It is simple, factual yet provoking.”

“This is the first book I’ve read cover to cover on the day of purchase! It is absolutely fantastic.”

“While the book is deliciously short, it has impact. If it were any longer, we would get lost instead of found.”