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Linden's Last Life: The Point of No Return Is Just the Beginning

Linden's Last Life: The Point of No Return Is Just the Beginning

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by Alan Cohen
     
 

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Just as down-and-out Linden Kozlowski is about to end it all, he’s intercepted by a monk who convinces him that if he runs away from life, he’ll have to return, and his problems will just get worse. To escape the pain of the world forever, Linden stays alive long enough to make a mystical deal to never be reborn again.

     When a

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Just as down-and-out Linden Kozlowski is about to end it all, he’s intercepted by a monk who convinces him that if he runs away from life, he’ll have to return, and his problems will just get worse. To escape the pain of the world forever, Linden stays alive long enough to make a mystical deal to never be reborn again.

     When a strange and unexpected turn of events occurs, Linden has second thoughts about his decision…but can he reverse it? His extraordinary adventure literally takes him to the ends of the earth, where he gathers allies, faces overwhelming forces, and realizes that he must decide if life is worth living and if love is more powerful than destiny.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781401924157
Publisher:
Hay House, Inc.
Publication date:
10/15/2009
Pages:
312
Product dimensions:
6.06(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Alan Cohen is the author of many popular inspirational books and is a contributing writer for the New York Times best-selling series Chicken Soup for the Soul. He keynotes for conferences internationally and presents seminars on applied human potential. Alan  resides with his family in Maui, Hawaii.

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Linden's Last Life: The Point of No Return Is Just the Beginning 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
JCCNow More than 1 year ago
Life problems lead Linden to make a wretched choice. Unexpected characters appear just in the nick of time to shift his path in a new direction. Choices already in play have a new light shining on them. With Linden's head in a new direction, he needs to make new choices to alter the effects of the original choices. The story is good. It leads you to evaluate your personal manner of choosing the multitude of choices we make in own lives. What outside events push us one way? What inside events guide us another way? Are there alternative schools of thought that can better balance the forces that sway us one way or another? At times, the book is like a mirror. As Linden's experiences consequence of his choices, you can't help but see the consequences of your own.
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jgoehl More than 1 year ago
How much does your life mean to you...This one will make you stop and think! Linden is down on his luck and at the lowest point in his life. A stranger being at the right place at the right time begins Linden's journey to find himself, the meaning of life, and the realization that things aren't always as they seem. His journey takes him to many places throughout the world, allows him to meet new people that lead into important and meaningful friendships, and find out the meaning of love. His road is not always easy, with lots of problems and hardships. In the end, he realizes that what he thought he was looking for all along was not what he really wanted. He took things for granted and almost lost what he had been looking for all along. No matter which God you believe in, this is a great story that will remind you that you will not be deserted. Whether you, like Linden, are also down on your luck, going through some of your own hardships, or just want a positive uplifting story to read...you will find it right here, in this book! Excellent writing, excellent story line. I did read this on my Nook, downloaded from Barnes and Noble and there were very few grammatical errors BUT Chapter 11 was missing.
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