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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

What Readers Say about "Master and the Green-Eyed Hope"

“Excellent writing of extraordinary experiences. A most curious and unexpected story. Just my reading takes me out of the ordinary!” — Ann Mynard, author
“Wow, this is a masterpiece that you can easily find yourself getting wrapped up and lost in. Fabulously original!” — ML Smith, financial analyst
“Reading this was like coming home.” — Jan Schroeder, designer
 “What an amazing book — the exploration of the human condition is fascinating and I found myself floating from page to page — I am forever changed.” — A. Scott Boddie, author
“This is fabulous. It reminds me so much of Castaneda. The writing has a straight-from-the-heart style that makes it a joy to read. Fascinating.” — Kenneth Wayne, publisher
“Wonderful is too minor a word for this. Awesome!” —Yasmin Esack, author
“By far, one of the most original pieces of work I have seen - true life or fiction. Beautifully crafted, it is intelligent, fittingly paced and just unique.” — Carl Ashmore, lecturer
“A great contribution to the public conversation about what really IS going on, and what are the sources of power and joy. It may very well find its place in the public lexicon, and be read for years to come.” — Richard P. Geer, editor, poet
“A fascinating story and life! I’d love to hear her speak about this and hope to see her on television soon.” — GK Stritch, reader
“It simply flows from the page and the reader feels if only this could be siphoned off into some precious container, a priceless elixir is theirs to cherish and command. A quality work of outstanding appeal.” — Anthony Brady, poet
 “An incredible story and a very engaging read. I was completely fascinated. The writing is so beautiful.” — Sir Teymur Roshdi, author
 “This reminds me very much of a Rider Haggard novel. He investigated spirituality in this way. I am thinking of She and even Alan and the Ice Gods. Got me reading every word. Oh dear, it's ended. Very interesting. “ — Digby Fletcher, litigation lawyer
“Descriptive, ethereal, like nothing I have ever read before. I am fascinated.” — Michael G. DeFilippo, lecturer
 “This is gorgeous, and such an easy read. The way she relates the story makes her and these experiences so real, so tangible.” — Giulietta M. Spudic, reader
“Wow!!! I’m not quite sure whether it’s appropriate for me to comment on anything other than my admiration toward Johanna Kern’s outstanding talent. Thank you for allowing me to experience such an enchanting ride.” — Helen Miller, author
 “It surprised me how much I liked the story. It’s not what I usually like to read. I’m convinced it will make into a 3D movie one day giving us a glimpse of her experience.” — Terry Nojd (Den-Brit), businessman
“Amazing, magical, mysterious, humorous...!” — F. Ellsworth Lockwood, author
“I think it will have enormous impact on the lives it touches.” — Sammy Sutton, psychologist/sociologist, scholar
 “What I especially like about this, is the lack of dogma, and the logical description of Cosmic laws and Powers. I also appreciate the fact that the Master’s teachings eliminate the need for violence and revenge (good vs. evil) which is so prevalent in today's culture.” — Christine Hall Volkoff, author
“An absorbing, powerful tale. Beautifully written, with details that synchronize her visions and her human mind into truth of her enchanting self.” — Jane Ross Miller, psychologist
“This is such a well-written and inspiring story! I think the obvious skeptic in the author brings people more into the story and helps those with an open mind see that there is a universe full of possibilities out there.”— Amy Lou Eddison, reader
 “It’s completely different, utterly unique and so incredible that we're left realizing that the truth really is stranger than fiction. Slivers of humor add spice to the account, and we're left utterly hooked.” — A. Knight, author
“I am overcome reading this, trying to understand everything that has happened to her. I am still thinking about her story as I write this as I cannot get it out of my mind.” — John Jochimsen, photojournalist

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