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Any day that the strange and austere spirits of François Fénelon, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and Louisa May Alcott can be invoked is a good one as far as this reviewer goes. Best-selling spiritual guide and self-help author Chopra has turned to the didactic novel used to such notable effect by the aforementioned writers in this story of Mickey Fellows, a comedian working in Los Angeles who gradually learns the lessons imparted by "Francisco" about the nature of reality and illusion, moving toward a more generous and outward-focused life. While Chopra's book is exceedingly thin as a novel, his message is as benign as ever. The book includes an introduction by comedian Mike Meyers ("Mickey"?). For most collections.