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Book review of The Traveler's Summit by Andy Andrews

This is Andrews continuation of The Traveler's Gift and I think he has done a great job on building up the main character. This book takes place years later for David Ponder, the main character, where he is put to the task of saving the human race from being ended by God.


The task is to figure out what mankind needs to do to stop this from happening. There is a play with other characters from the past notable people from the history who come to help David to answer the question of what does mankind need to do to save itself.


Andrews tells the history of some of the characters that has been chosen to help David. As well the advice that is given from these people from history comes from their own personal character of who they were.


I feel that Andrews has written a book that could change the direction of the world right now that we are living in. For one thing it has opened my mind up to a different ideas and how we as a race need to understand that our time on this planet is only a moment compared to what happens when we die. It gives the impression that there is more to life and we should take the time to live to the fullest of our lives and be open to others opinions.


For a rating of all the books that I have read I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for answers to their lives. I would love to go into it more, however I would be giving the story away.


The next book that I am going to be reading is a classic The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger.


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