This extraordinary spiritual odyssey "transcends the tangible and points to the mysteries of all we can imagine and all we cannot" (Los Angeles Times ...Show synopsisThis extraordinary spiritual odyssey "transcends the tangible and points to the mysteries of all we can imagine and all we cannot" (Los Angeles Times). Part adventure, part parable, this true story of the making of a Taoist ma ster leads readers through a labyrinth of Taoist practice, martial arts discipline, and international intrigue. Line drawings.Hide synopsis
This book is quite amazing. I know a lot of people go back and forth discussing if the main character is real or not, but for me that isn't important or worth getting all worked up over. This book gives great incite into Daoism in the form of an interesting story. I highly recommend it.
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