The fourth book in the Celestine Series, this is an adventure tale, both suspensful and contemplative, that builds on the insights introduced in Redfield's previous books. It describes a new wave of religious tolerance and integrity that is now silently arriving, in reaction to watching years of religious warfare and political corruption. The year 2012 is not about the end of the world; it is about the unifying life of everyday miracles. In this book, the very familiar Will returns along with our Hero, the narrator. There is an ancient document, but only fragments are available, and a global search has been unleashed to find the message and meaning of the document in its entirety.
©2011 James Redfield (P)2011 Hachette Audio
I enjoyed his other books and wanted to find out more. This one was not as good, I thought. It seemed like the author was trying to continue a good thing and had run out of interesting ideas. I did find his thoughts about new insights to be interesting but the story line to get there was flat.
But this reader doesn't have the right voice for this character. I think if I would have listened to the first book by this reader I wouldn't have tried the second one. I put the speed setting on X2 just to get on with it. Bruce Thomas gives a slow dull delivery of what could be and should be a fun fast pasts adventure. Do yourself a favor and buy the hard copy of this one.
A perfect 10 !
William James ,Will knows a lot about the insights.
Thank you !
Even if you are not familiar with the previous books, this summarises his views on the esoteric via a fictional story. Reading the Celestine Prophecy is certainly recommended
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