Irv's Odyssey: Seeking the Way Home (Book Three)

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Hillcrest Publishing Group, Jun 1, 2011 - Fiction - 208 pages
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Food service and Irving Podolsky are NOT friends. Still, Irv rises to the level of waiter in the Fairmont Hotel. What about his budding film career, making the world a better place and finding a nice Jewish chick? Well, instead, Irv meets an exotic older girl from Germany. Could she be the one, Irv's forever, but not-Jewish-at-all soul mate? Ben suggests she is. Ben is a drawling spirit voice channeled through a Puerto Rican pothead. And Ben knows all about Irv's recent nocturnal fly-outs: those uncontrollable out-of-body trips that bring him to the Other Side where he encounters creepy crawlers in attack mode and goes back and forth in time and into his own future. These bizarre events are not dreams or fantasies. They are real. For as Irv finds out, magic and miracles do exist. And so does true love, if he can just convince his parents, it's okay to marry a shiksa.

Irving Podolskyresides in the mind of this writer and within the trilogy, Irv's Odyssey. As your storyteller, I'd like to share the adventure with your younger YOU, that which seeks fun, romance and a wild ride into the Unknown.

"I have just finished your third book and I am crying. So moving, so good. I have been living in this story since I started it, and right now, I want to be quiet and just enjoy what I have been given."
- Leslie Talbott, Ph.D.-- Educator, Psychologist and Academic Author

 

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Read one after another, this third book in this trilogy was my favorite, and provided a nice wrap up to the series for Irv and the reader. As a whole, I found reviews difficult to write without ... Read full review

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