The Slave
Anand Dilvar

Paperback | Mar 2018 | Shelter Harbor | 9781627951043 | 128pp | 178x127mm | Temporarily unavailable | GEN | AUD$19.99, NZD$24.99

Trapped in a vegetative state following a terrible accident that has paralysed his whole body, the narrator is unable to communicate with those around him. Cut off from family and friends, so begins an inner conversation with his spiritual guide, a conversation which takes him on a journey of self-realisation, bringing him eventually to a new state of consciousness and an understanding of his deepest self.

Written with an engaging simplicity, this is a truly profound book which can change your life. In fact, to use the author’s own words, it is designed to shake, shudder, and wake us up. It is a book that has nothing to do with success, social recognition, and the accumulation of goods; but everything to do with joy, love, and peace.

With over 1.8 million copies sold in Mexico, this powerful book is destined to become a spiritual classic alongside works by Eckhart Tolle, William P. Young, and Paulo Coelho.