On the surface this book is about Sati and his journeys into the desert. At a more profound level it’s about… well, this is for you to feel for yourself. As a young orphan he feels compelled to leave the safety of his village and to travel alone into the desert. He doesn’t know why, or even if he’ll survive, but he knows he must continue his path whatever the cost. What he finds in the heart of the desert transforms his life forever.
This book echoes the spirit of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Khalil Gibran, Paulo Coelho, Marilynne Robinson and Richard Bach. It is a book that will lead you into your heart and inspire you to follow your dreams. For adults, teenagers and children.
“Neil guides us on a trip through life’s emotions and illustrates the gift of love available to each of us when we open and surrender in our worst fears and realise the gift therein. Read this and be inspired.”
– Brandon Bays bestselling author of The Journey.
Beautiful story, except he doesn’t really venture “alone” into the dessert. I was expecting something else, but loved the story anyway. There is always a connection to someone for Sati who has a profound understanding of trust and love despite his young age.