Los Angeles, CA, May 11, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- A self-absorbed bigoted man killed in a road rage accident must learn the essence of spirituality and universal love through a revolving door of adventurous lives that play out in the past, present and future along with respites in-between on the other side of the veil in The Spirit Sherpa, a new novel by Marc Littman. Historical vignettes, action, mystery and humor are blended in this intriguing story that bends time.
The celestial traveler is escorted on his journey by a mysterious spirit sherpa who holds the key to helping him dump the emotional baggage and fear he has been burdened with though the ages. Still this is a life-affirming novel.
“After reading The Spirit Sherpa, readers may take stock of how they conduct their own lives lest they have to make amends in future incarnations like my main character,” Littman said.
This the second novel for Littman, a former journalist and award-winning short story writer, who six years ago published Eddie and Me on the Scrap Heap about a gifted autistic boy who positively transforms the lives of a medley of broken characters even as they’re trying to “fix” him. The book was inspired by Littman’s own autistic son. Likewise, Littman drew inspiration for The Spirit Sherpa from personal experience, a family tragedy. The author’s interest in metaphysics also stems from his family history. He is a direct descendant of Middle Ages mystic Isaac Luria, father of the Kabbalah.
The Spirit Sherpa is now available for purchase on Amazon.com and soon on Kindle.
Contact: Marc Littman