This is my 4th Dan Millman read and each has been as excellent as the last. Dan draws you in and you are on his journey with him as in the other books. It is quite short and you could easily be tempted to not put it down until the end, but I believe you should read and savour each teaching before moving on to the next. My only gripe with this particular book is it's similarity to 'The Way Of The Sacred Warrior' which tells of a different sage in a different place, but with the same flavour. Despite this, for Millman fans (of which I am now one) don't miss it.
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