By Dave Barus
A new book about Adventure, Tragedy, Death, Life, Peace, Mystical Intervention, Joy, Leadership.
I couldn’t put it down. This book offers all that in just 122 pages! It’s in the running for the Pulitzer Prize this year.
“The Mountains Shall Depart” by Robert E. Holzhei shares a secret tale about a young man named Luke, as he learns about the life and the outdoors on a farm in the 1940s.
Luke’s journey from childhood provides an intriguing trail where he discovers hard work ethic and uncompromising risk that lead to burden, panic and tragedy.
A spellbinding journey emerges for Luke that becomes mystical, when an Alaskan shaman helps Luke shed a tragedy he cannot erase from childhood. The new trail becomes a spiritual journey where Luke soon discovers new energy and a life-changing path that becomes a life-long journey to coach others in a new role.
Once you start reading the book, you realize that overcoming adversity, realizing new inspiration and linking to new goals is not about fiction. A story where the end is a new beginning.
The well-written book, 122 pages, is hard to put down. You can obtain a copy two ways:
- Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Mountains-Shall-Depart-Robert-Holzhei-ebook/dp/B073QV3JXT
- For an autographed copy, contact the author by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or send a check directly for $24.30 directly to Robert Holzhei, 3601 Avery Road, St. John’s, Michigan, 48879.