Baptism in Siberia

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iUniverse, Oct 1, 2002 - Fiction - 252 pages
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Tragedy often provides the vehicle we need to motivate ourselves to spiritual exploration. Such is the case for the protagonist in Christopher Sarton’s stirring new novel, Baptism in Siberia. When unjustly accused of a humiliating crime, a young man is forced to abandon his life and all that is familiar to him. Seeking refuge with the only two people on his side—Sangita, who is Hindu, and Susan, who was raised Christian—the fugitive takes comfort in their friendship but is also deeply moved by their incredible if not opposing religious beliefs. When he is forced to resume his life on the run, the young man commences on a remarkable journey—one that will lead him not only to fascinating discoveries but also to a powerful reunion with Sangita and Susan at Lake Baikal in Siberia, where the most amazing aspect of their spiritual quest awaits them…

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