The Final Summit by Andy Andrews

David Ponder has been chosen to lead The Final Summit for three reasons; he is the only Traveler currently alive, he has been judged to be effective in using wisdom he gathered as a Traveler, and he is the only Traveler to represent the common man.  And so the story begins . . .

 

David has lost his way and forgot all he learned when he was a Traveler in time. The archangel, Gabriel, is God’s servant, and is told to have David rediscover the path he has abandoned. It isn’t only David who lost his way; however, all of humanity needs redirection.

 

Previous Time Travelers; Abraham Lincoln, Winston Churchill, King David, and Joan of Arc, just to name a few, add to the discussion and help David answer this question:  What does humanity need to do, individually and collectively, to restore itself to the pathway toward successful civilization?

 

The discussion leading to the answer is absolute genius in writing. It is impossible to put the book down until the problem is solved.  Andy Andrews integrates the perfect amount of humor to keep his readers entertained.  For example:  Abraham Lincoln is reminiscing a time when he had dinner at the table where the discussion was held. He tells everyone the table was handmade, saying, “Of course, you know, the Boss’s Son is a carpenter.”

 

I recommend The Final Summit for readers of all ages.  It was enjoyable and inspirational.  A bonus is the historical figures dialogue where history comes alive.

 

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Book Review by Mary Crocco

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