Part odyssey, part oddball adventure, “Or So It Seems” offers a breathtaking but comical look at one man’s spiritual journey.
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As we meet Paul Peterson he is being dragged reluctantly toward an oversized couch and its threadbare promises of sex and hollow intimacy by an inebriated, faded beauty named Allison Pratt.
As a former member of The Seekers For Truth, a cult-like school of self development, Peterson holds a mystical view of the universe through which he examines the chain of events that have brought him to this absurdly humorous personal crisis,"… the seemingly random series of events that are strung together on Karmic thread like Japanese lanterns."
The novel follows Peterson's Do-It-Yourself Workshop, a supernatural, self-examination that takes him back and forth in time. Along the way, he is joined by a Hindu Holy Man known as The Bapucharya. Greatly amused by Peterson's life challenges, the irrepressible Bapucharya plays both Greek Chorus and Sancho Panza to Mr. Peterson's comically tragic hero.
Never before has a novel so effortlessly—and humorously—synthesized Eastern philosophy into a palatable feast for the Western mind.