"More catechism than novel—with wooden characters, minimal plot, and dialogue so absurd ('a mystery school . . . is a place where you learn that love is a mystery') that even Kahlil Gibran would break out laughing."
More New Age yarnspinning from pop guru Chopra (Soulmate
, 2001, etc.), this time about a young Boston writer's quest for spiritual fulfillment.
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