Two families, drawn together by historical events and war, must overcome deep personal loss, cultural gaps and hostility in their quest for reconciliation and peace.
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About the Author
Moses Ludel grew up at rural Carson Valley, Nevada, graduating high school and coming of draft age in 1967. He is a University of Oregon graduate and successful photojournalist, columnist and author for over two decades. Moses has written and illustrated eight non-fiction books. His teaching experience includes five years (1999-2004) as a vocational instructor, the principal and vocational director at Rite of Passage Charter High School. Here, staff and coaches worked effectively with tough, at-risk male youth who were often former gang members. A practitioner of Vipassana and Zen Buddhist meditation, Moses volunteered his lunch breaks to a sitting meditation group for these students. Happily married for 30 years, Moses and his wife, Donna, have four grown children who also practice mindfulness. Indra's Net is his first novel.
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This book contains incredible historical insight and an evocative and unique storyline. Indra's Net features rich characters, creative plot development, and a powerful message. Moses Ludel's writing style, while masterfully descriptive, is accessible and straightforward. I highly recommend this substantive and important read.