Works of Love
March 21, 2020
A Treasure of Pure Gold Bound in Paper
I am very grateful for this wonderful review of my recent book, God and Love on Route 80: The Hidden Mystery of Human Connectedness, written by Charles Scribner, a distinguished classmate from St. Paul's School, heir of Scribner Books, and a lucid literary giant in his own right. He writes in Issue II 2019/20 of the SPS Alumni Horae as follows:
"I discovered Stephen Post's amazing book (with lots on our years at SPS, including photos), and just wrote the following review for Amazon: For anyone who, like the Magi, dreams of the need to 'return home by another route,' this book offers a priceless roadmap to the ultimate life journey. I knew the author (aka 'the boy') when we were both boys at the same sainted school, but it took only a half century and a major reunion (my first in 40 years) to discover his recent book - a supreme synchronicity, QED. I don't think I've ever, even after a career in publishing, read a more vivid and moving spiritual account with a message as practical as mystical. It is a treasure of pure gold bound in paper. And bound to last: the book that keeps on giving."
I hope that all my friends you can pick up a copy off of Amazon today. Thanks a lot.
Stephen G. Post, PhD
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