The Slave is a short story about a man who is in a coma and can’t respond to those around him in the hospital, though he can see and hear what’s going on around him. He hears this inner voice talking to him about life and its purpose. Since the main character can’t communicate outwardly he has no other choice, but to listen to this voice/Guide. This short story reminds me a lot of Conversations With God by Neal Donald Walsch. The concepts explored in this book range from learning how to forgive, not blame others, being responsible for your own happiness and in the connectedness with everything.
If you enjoyed similar books you will want to pick up a copy of this slim volume. If you have a day to just sit and read you’ll easily complete this short book. Not all books are worthy of being read over and over. This one is. Enjoy. Savor. Learn. Live. Most importantly: LOVE.
I was contacted by an agent with the PR company promoting The Slave by Anand Dilvar. This was due to her seeing one of my book reviews. This makes me happy to see that my blogging is getting noticed. I am thrilled that I was asked to review an ARC of this book. Thank you, Larissa.