In his book, "The Final Summit," Andy Andrews artfully weaves together both present day and history to remind people that we all have a role to play in correcting the selfish, misguided culture we've become.
Andrews, once again, delivers in this book what his readers have come to expect. His ability to detail a fictional account and make you feel very present is truly his gift to readers everywhere.
Fans of Andrews bestseller, "The Traveler's Gift" will be pleased to be reacquainted to David Ponder, who , having been given the gift of time travel in "The Traveler's Gift" is, once again, selected as a traveler and called to lead this great meeting.
David is challenged by the Archangel Gabriel to answer a question of utmost importance. “What does humanity need to do, individually and collectively, to
restore itself to the pathway toward successful civilization?” Will David Ponder and some of history's greatest leaders be able to answer this question?
Along with the wisdom of historical characters such as Joan of Arc, Winston Churchill, and Abraham Lincoln, Ponder must address the question about the direction of civilization and do so within time restraints. Andrews does a beautiful job helping you feel the angst of Ponder as he leads this summit. Feeling very unqualified in the midst of history's greats, He begins to peel back the complicated layers that have defined the decline of society today.
Each chapter is packed with a nugget of wisdom sufficient for the day. You will find yourself in the center of the summit meeting room. You will marvel at the sights and sounds of the vast courtroom as you relive the impact each historical figure has made to society.
Each new chapter and encounter with these important figures will leave you turning the pages quickly. Readers will come away with a new understanding of how each individual life can impact the direction of society as a whole.
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