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Summer Snow

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Summer Snow by William T Hathaway
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"Summer Snow" is a spiritual novel set now amidst the war on terrorism as an American warrior falls in love with a Sufi mystic and learns from her an alternative to the military mentality. As US Special Forces battle al-Qaeda, the escalating violence threatens their future together and the lives of thousands in her country. To save them, she shows him an ancient transcendental way to bring peace to the collective consciousness and prevent terrorism. But can they make it work in time? A story of love in the shadow of destruction, "Summer Snow" blends passion, adventure, and mystic wisdom to convey its theme that higher consciousness is more effective than violence and that women may be more able than men to lead us there.

Author Biography

William T. Hathaway won a Rinehart Foundation Award for his first novel, A World of Hurt, which was based on his experiences in the US Special Forces in Panama and Vietnam. An anti-war activist, Hathaway is a member of Veterans Call to Conscience, which encourages soldiers to refuse to kill, and of a group of European peace workers that has established a sanctuary network sheltering US soldiers who have refused to be sent to Iraq and Afghanistan. He was interviewed for Military Service and Christian Conscience, a video production of the Episcopal Church. Hathaway was born in Mississippi, raised in the Rocky Mountains, and educated at Columbia University and the University of Washington. He spent a year and a half in Central Asia researching and writing Summer Snow.His fiction, poetry, journalism, and literary criticism appear in over 40 periodicals, and he wrote the introduction to America Speaks Out: Collected Essays from Dissident Writers. His third novel, The Road Back, was published in 2006. He teaches colege English and was a Fulbright professor of creative writing at universities in Germany, where he's currently living. Visit William at his blog http: //www.peacewriter.org/
Release date NZ
September 11th, 2005
Country of Publication
Canada
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
Nascent Books
Pages
204
Dimensions
127x203x11
ISBN-13
9780973844238
Product ID
1840034

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