George Grow & the Multidimensional Man
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For seekers, sufferers society
George Grow, a new style of art is born
An exiting comedy in post- apocalyptic New York City where
people like you become Messiah
Nonfiction, The Recovery of Reason
The ultimative guide for reformers and revolutionaries
Exiting comedy about a young scientist who was too good for this world. The depths of good and evil
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Available in English, Spanisch and German
Funny infonovel in teenage slang.
Poaching for Profit: a Guide for the Modern Hunter-Gatherer with the Power of Being
Nonfiction, 168 pages. The Recovery of Truth with 15 parables by Franz Kafka. "The New Reality" is a great chance, but also a danger when the metaphysical principles are denied.
Erleuchtungsroman zwischen West und Ost. Enthält: Selbstlernkurs: Moderne Spiritualität anhand des post-modernen oder westlichen Islam
Was für ein Spass!
Bildungsroman in Jugendsprache.
Das ultimative Aufreißerbuch
mit der Kraft des Seins
Grusel-Komödie über einen, der zu gut ist für diese Welt,
die Tiefen von Gut und Böse
Mystery thriller, Scotland, 160 pages. Included: Self-study-course Real Spirituality The easy way For beginners
The hammer. I don't think there is anything comparative. Once I read Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha. Now I know how outdated and wrong this bestseller is. How obsolete and erroneous Buddhism ... actually all schools of thought are. Twelve Stations is an absolute must and an absolute pleasure to read. It's far ahead of its time and yet so topical.
Dr. C. B. Prisley
Each time you think of "Wald", "Twelve Stages" or "The Way", you feel totally grounded. Ever since nothing can throw you off your path. As a matter of course, these books play a significant role in my work as a psychotherapeut.
These three comedies are incredibly exciting and encircle you magically. They have a rather mysterious and eerie side, which, however, seems so real, normal, immediate and logical that over and over again I was able to express nothing but a "wow, wow, wow". Great literature in simple, vivid language.
The figures pounce on me immediately. Gripping, always humorous dialogues dragged me through the texts so quickly that I was shocked every time I reached the last page. I usually don't read plays, but George Grow's comedies read so well and enriched me with their visions so immeasurably that I've read them all at least twice. There's simply nothing to compare.
Wow, this story has it all. The text is so light-footed, chilled and beautifully written, although the meaning is profound and sustainable. The message docks rapidly with all circuits. And with Dave Kater and the Paragrinz you can find relatives who are waiting everywhere but have been invisible until now.
With this book, Grow has given a great gift to the entire readership in all age groups from the youngster to the elderly one. After reading, I felt better than I had for ages. This brisk story has a very special place in my library, and I certainly haven't read it for the last time. It's now part of the small circle of my favorite books for life.