The Making Of A Shaman
by Norman W. Wilson
Tony Wells has problems. He's discovered the man he thought was his father isn't. The man who was teaching him the ways of the Indians was. He had sex in his teens, and it's been one-night stands ever since. . . except now . . . there's Julie. Was it love or just hot sex?
And then there's the whole shaman thing. He was constantly discovering powers, strange powers. Things like creating fire in the palm of his hand, healing people, seeing in the dark, and visions, and entering people's minds. It was when he entered Julie's mind that he got the shock of a lifetime.
Editorial: A tale of fiction that is evidently based on experience. A sensational, page-turning, gripping read.
A review from a previous version:
The Making Of A Shaman, a novel, written by Dr. Norman Wilson, is one of the best reads I have had in a very long time. I have read Norman's books before and found them to be more of a leaning about Shamanism, which were very helpful and I have learned a lot.
This book, however, was written so well and down to earth that I had a hard time putting it down. It had a very interesting story line. I would highly recommend this book to everyone.
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I hold two PhD degrees. I am a shaman (I began my training at age 7), a Reiki Master, a crystal healer, educator (retired), minister in the International Church of Metaphysical Humanism, a spiritual counselor, an author of college text books, as well as fiction and non-fiction books, and a lecturer.