THE BOY AND THE BROTHERS by Swami Puri Omananda

THE BOY AND THE BROTHERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Report repeated from page 910 of the December 1st, 1959, bulletin as follows: ""This peculiar little book, first published in England, is the account of an English Cockney with supernatural powers written by the woman who cared for him for many years. Mystical, didactic ""voices"" speak through him. These voices are the Brothers, beings from the cosmic world who preach through him and warn of the World's coming holocaust. Much of what they say makes a good deal of sense, although the book will seem far fetched to most American readers. Sworn statements as to the credibility of these ""voices"" makes all a bit more believable -- but not much.

Publisher: Doubleday