The Compass

Posted by The G on July 19, 2009 under G Reviews | 4 Comments to Read

The Compass by Tammy Kling and John Spencer Ellis

The Compass by Tammy Kling and John Spencer Ellis

I just finished reading “The Compass” by Tammy Kling and John Spencer Ellis so I thought I’d give you my two cents about this book.

The novel is a thinly disguised “how to” guide to break out of your old habits and be open to all that might lie ahead if you just take a chance.

I am truly a believer in that model, but I find it hard to get behind a fictional book of coincidences. ¬†Perhaps if this is the first spiritual book you’ve ever read, you might get something out of it (see The Secret), but if you are into the teachings of Robert Anton Wilson or Stuart Wilde, you might want to skip this book and go straight to the source.

On an up note, the book clocks in at 200 pages and the font and double spacing makes it possible to read this book in one sitting.

That’s a review of “The Compass,” according 2 g.

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