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A very compelling story for the ages about the search for divinity and truth, in the face of a family dynastic curse of power, money and fame. This saga, set in both the east and west, does not play favorites, and shows the struggle of that duality within its characters. It is a very thoughtful piece of fiction with a richly developed plot that left me wanting more. I can't wait for part two.

Michael Nattboy

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WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a great story and cliff hanger! I can't stand it, where is book 2? You are an amazing writer and I think this story would make a fantastic movie. It was approximately 6-7 hours, 1 roundtrip to Tucson, an hour commuting and then the time I sat outside the hotel and work in the car, because if I was reading, I "couldn't put it down."

Can't wait to ask you a whole bunch of questions! Do I have to wait till Book 3 for Susan to get liberated into the Light? Is this story an embellishment on something that actually happened to Yogi Bajhan? The Kennedy's?

I am shipping the CDs off to my friend in Italy who rents horrid audio books from the Air Base library to occupy her mind while she drives all over Europe.

Wishing You ALL GOOD THINGS, Liv Nam Kaur

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I love this story. It’s this wild combination of East and West, power struggles, murder, yoga, youthful heroism and a touch of the Sikh spirit. A true heroic myth for the New Age. If you have a chance - check it out.

With Divine Light and many blessings,

Ek Ong Kaar Kaur

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