Absolutely loved this book. Refreshing information, served up in a lovely story - rather than having to muddle through boring self help literataure - what a treat. Google the author for fun....quite a bit of controversy around the book...regardless, truth or fiction, not to be missed. Thumbs up!
I think the world would be a better place if all Americans read this book and took its message to heart.
A good inspirational read. Something we can all use these days, right? True or not, hokey or not, it was fun to read; and causes some real thinking about what is "real".
This book is an account of the time an American medical doctor spent with a group of Aborigines in the Outback. Her journey involved a series of miraculous events that she claims transformed her life.
I found this to be a very facinating story, but I must warn you to read this with an open mind! My Australian friends look at this book as a 'ridiculous fabrication,' lacking any authenticity, a hoax! Having stated that, I still feel it is a worthwhile read. This story can help put your life in perspective, especially if you are dealing with any personal difficulties.
Actually, this book is real. I met the author at a NAWBO meeting when she first self-published this book in Kansas City. The story she tells is facinating. Her experiences with a tribe of Aboriginals in Austrailia as they travel on foot in the Outback country is beautiful and shares a tribal lifestyle disappearing from the planet.