Author Experiments on a Fiction that Perfectly Blends Suspense with Mysticism
The book offers a story of a woman who is equipped with mystical knowledge and power to extinguish global slavery.
“The book explores the limits of mental and spiritual powers developed to an extent not yet known and leaves one wondering what the world might be like if Wayfarers really existed.”
The Wayfarer, a suspenseful fiction written by James Clayton Welch, had captured the attention of numerous book fair attendees during BEA’s 51st anniversary. In the story, the main character, Madhva, flees from the brutality and poverty of her own environment and finds her way to the Orient.
In her journey, she discovers and studies an ancient philosophy known as the Tao or the Way. Over years of study, her Tibetan master helps her to develop her spiritual power, ready to become a Wayfarer. Will she stand against the vicious race of Shivaki who find refuge from the powerful politicians that are determined to take over the drug operations in every country?
Sgt. Pepper, a reader from Amazon.com, mentioned in a review, “The book explores the limits of mental and spiritual powers developed to an extent not yet known and leaves one wondering what the world might be like if Wayfarers really existed.”
With the help of LitFire Publishing, The Wayfarer has been republished and was featured at the BEA 2016 last May 11–13, at McCormick Place, Chicago.
About the Author
James Clayton Welch is the published author of several technical books and three works of fiction. His professional background includes some years as a commander of covert military operations, and positions as assistant secretary of Defense for Space Systems, director of Astrophysics at NASA headquarters, and director of the Space Station program.
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