The Way of Ghee

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One man’s spiritual quest leads him to a mysterious guru high up in the Himalayas, a man who is rumoured to be able to show the way to Enlightenment - but only to those who are ready to embrace it. A short story. More
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Words: 9,390
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781301779635
About Stephen Brown

Author, artist, Reiki healer and horse trainer, Stephen Brown is a lover of Creativity in all its guises. His writing is varied, from fantasy, sci-fi and other novels, to poetry and haiku. He likes to be both deep and thought-provoking as well as humorous and nonsensical at the same time - in no way does he see the two things as contradictory. He writes for the sheer pleasure of it, but admits that if he can make a buck or two... well, that's fine too!

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Review by: Roy Brown on Sep. 19, 2013 :
The author engages the reader immediately and continues to intrigue him/her to find out where the story is leading. The story develops leaving the reader asking himself/herself a number of questions. The characters are interesting and the whole thing is as entertaining as it is conceptually interesting with sufficient humour to make it a most enjoyable read.
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Review by: Lynda Brown on Sep. 19, 2013 :
A well written work which leaves the reader wanting more answers about life and how, like ghee, worldly things need to be purified time and time again. Thoroughly enjoyed this short story and will certainly buy more of this author's works.
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Review by: Ray Leveson on Sep. 08, 2013 :
A wonderful read. I found many parallels with my mountain journeys and the spiritual journey undertaken in the story. Worth downloading and reading.
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Review by: alick burt on Sep. 08, 2013 :
A great little tale.This short story takes the reader on a quest to find the answer to life the universe and everything and is both thought provoking and funny at the same time.
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