FALLING INTO THE LIGHT
A poignant fictional tale of one man's spiritual journey, who just so happens to be the Dalai Lama.
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IN THE PRESS
M.J. Wiley's historical novel is part fiction and part meditation... Wiley thrives in his characterization of his protagonist and his characterization of 19th century America... This fictionalized story of the Dalai Lama makes for some truly compulsive reading.
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The story's journey has an epic sweep with twists and turns, steadily introducing new places, characters and ideas...
Li's humility as a protagonist is refreshing. He’s someone I’m glad to have met and am
better off because of it, and I’m confident that other readers will feel the same.
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"Beautifully written, historically interesting, inspirational, and timely. A must read!" - K.S.
" I absolutely loved “Falling In to the Light”. I’m recommending it to the book club I’m with. Thank you!! - L.R.
"This was an enjoyable read vividly describing life in America during the 1800s. .... Kudos to the author for an unconventional storyline and interesting premise." - H.H.
"This is a type of book I have wanted to read for a long time. The way the author has presented the story is perfect! I highly recommend this book to everyone out there…" - M.A.
"Great book! Loved the story…refreshing, positive and a joy to read." - B.W.
"Falling into The Light is an adventurous, historical, and a very spiritual quest …. cannot wait to see if there is a sequel." - S.S.
"Falling Into The Light is a great adventure novel. It not only pulls you into a young man’s adventure in finding new territories to explore, but in finding himself and his responsibility in the new world." - J.W.
"A MUST READ! Highly recommend for any and all ages curious about Eastern religion, 1800's America, or just wanting a good coming-of-age story." - E.J.
"This story is great.... suggested for all !" - K.K.
M.J.Wiley grew up on the Front Range of Colorado. It was through exploring the Rocky Mountains that his passion for nature and the history of the American frontier was intimately instilled. He also spent much of his adult life working in foreign countries, where his interest in Eastern cultures and philosophies emerged. With these memories as his backdrop, Marcus spent several years creating this fictional story that reflects the beauty and insights of his collective past.
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Tel: 970-231-2000 | MJWiley.Author@gmail.com