A fast-paced novel of transformation (as well as a workbook). Having had enough of a life that was fragmented and dysfunctional, Stevie commits suicide. Or did he? In the corridors between this life and the one on "the other side", Stevie is given another chance to learn the spiritual laws that govern man and all things. The plot is stimulated by an imposed time-frame of his deteriorating physical body, the anguish of a deceased child, and Mandy... yes Mandy.
The story will get you questioning... Will Stevie return to his body in time? What drove Stevie to want to end his life, will he return?
Weishka, a shaman of the Bushman tribe of the Kalahari accompanies Stevie as they travel the lands of the San people of southern Africa, the Australian Aborigine, and the Tsalagi of America. Stevie learns that by aligning himself with their teaching, life is very different from the disruptive life that most people live. However, the seemingly obvious ending is not to be, as the reader is given a twist that ensures the book is enthralling to the very end.
: Pat Grayson is an Australian author and writing coach. This is his first children's book.
Pat is an author, with some 9 books to his account. (2 of his books have had rights sold into China). He is a writing coach, where he has worked on over 50 different manuscripts. Pat is an Australian but travels regularly internationally. But when in Australia, you are likely to find him, in his heritage motorhome exploring some hidden corner of this vast land.