Spirit Man by George Mendoza, James Nathan Post
A powerful and strange fantasy novel about a young man thrust by his youthful pride into a bizarre surreal world of hellish and heavenly scenes, each calling on him to learn, and to grow.
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About the Author
A proud and fast-rising young athlete, George was stricken at sixteen with macular dystrophy, rendering him legally blind. Devastated, he faced his handicap by becoming a world-class runner, and ran in the Handicapped Olympics in 1980 and 1984. He has since become an accomplished lecturer, author, screenwriter, and as New Mexico's best known blind artist, the subject of a PBS-TV documentary. Co-author James is a long-time friend, a maverick pilot, novelist, and gadfly.