Mountain Dragon: Aspiration
A GREAT SPIRITUAL ADVENTURE BEGINS
The first thing that hit them-and this was well before they reached the site of the caravan's encampment-was the stench. The smell of death was heavy in the air...
The world is in chaos and transition. Lawlessness rules the countryside of Tibet, and enemies threaten the Middle Kingdom on all sides. Does a young sorceress have the key and the knowledge to stem the tide of anarchy? And what is the mysterious gift she bears?
This riveting saga spans generations, weaving spirituality, magic, the bonds of love and blood, and high adventure in one sweeping chronicle that will leave readers in breathless anticipation of each new chapter.
About the Author: Bradley Clemmons has been a student and lay practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism under the guidance of Khyabje Tarthang Tulku, Rinpoche, for over 35 years. He and his wife live in northern California.
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The cover on this shows the main character, and is a colourful, yet true reflection of how I picture her. My review does contain a spoilers, up to about 120 odd pages in. The story begins with Tak and ... Read full review
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