THIS BOOK HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN FROM CIRCULATION DUE TO THREATS OF LITIGATION. A SECOND, REVISED EDITION WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON AND ANNOUNCED HERE.
No saint, but a common mortal, naïve and ignorant of the world, attends Harvard University and hears a brilliant Muslim professor talking about the Truth. Although his words magnetize her for life, she meets Muslim liers and frauds, who talk like angels about God. After accepting Islam, but meeting detours and deadends, she runs away from a perfect academic career at Harvard, in the middle of the night – determined to find the Truth through life, not books. Later, as one of the four wives of a hidden Muslim Shaykh, she finds herself in the middle of scandals, lies and endless confusion.
The God of Islam leads her out of a hell on earth, with miraculous teaching graces, even though she is full of sins, failings and faults. That hell followed a heavenly life, of idyllic love and magnanimity among sister-wives, in an ambience of the aristocratic beauty of all the cultures of the world. She experiences the heights and depths of heaven and hell, honor and disgrace, the greatest love and total abandonment.
The reader can live several lives in both human and spiritual adventures; but will also become deeper in mind and heart, by accompanying someone who even thought she had already died, and whose heart then melted by “hearing the voice of the Lord.” The God of Islam, and of us all, leads her through apparent encounters with the devil, spirits, false visions, psycho-spiritual openings and illusions – all ending in her finding the Truth she was looking for and a greater good than she could ever have imagined.