Review Highlights Spirit Tale Two The Seven Teachers: The Dean

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Naomi_Goldsmidt 5_Starsstar rated.
Posted December 3, 2014 @ Barnes & Noble
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Shuli-Mendel 5_Starsstar rated.
Posted December 2, 2014 @ Barnes & Noble
(…) it does wet the appetite for the other Spirit Tales books in the series. Read full review

Reviewed by D. Donovan, Reviewer for Midwest Book Review. 4_stars rated.
…written to be accessible to readers of all faiths.

…embarking on a journey whereby each teacher offers further spiritual and ethical insights.

…an easily-digested, authentic introduction to a series designed to lead all ages to a greater understanding of self and spirit.

Familiarity with The Wheelwork is not a requirement for this second book, which will please newcomers and prior readers alike.

…accessible to both busy learners and non-readers alike.

Connections are drawn between the spiritual/metaphysical world and life experiences, with individual strengths and purposes…

…revelations about an invisible dimension of possibilities that all visitors to it perceive differently.

…teachings connecting spiritual with earthly concerns and offering readers of all ages an opportunity to reflect on the larger meaning of experience and discovery.

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Review date: May 19, 2014, by Poet submitted on Amazon. 4_stars rated.
This book was quite a short read but not without essence and depth. The theme which fascinated me the most throughout the spiritual dialogues was Sereno’s revelation of the spiritual world in regard to our illusive human reality.

…advocacy for the metaphysical reality and for the moral sphere…

I also admire the link between the believers and their God.

…it encourages the reader to ponder over monotheism as a whole.

It is truly aligned with the coming of the new messiah.

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5_Starsrated by international readers platform Readers’ Favorite!

Editorial review: Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers’ Favorite.
… a short religious fiction story about faith, belief, inspiration and family.

… the magic of the students’ journey in chariots and their arrival at the school.

…important life values.

…an inspiring and exciting story that perfectly portrays a three-generational modern-day Jewish family.

Rabbi Sipporah has a way with words that flawlessly brings out the spirit of the story and creates the perfect connection with his intended audience.

The story is filled with a subtle, and yet hard to miss, beautiful Jewish family spirit, with characters that complement the plot perfectly.

All the characters are so skillfully developed to fit into the plot and each brings something special to the story, especially beautiful little Sarucha who is amazing beyond words.

…breathtaking scenery.

…an absolute treat for any lovers of Jewish fiction literature.

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