Long-awaited sequel to The Buddha, Geoff and Me, but also stands alone as an insightful novel of everyday city life
Ed is stuck in a rut - his part-time 'career' is going nowhere, his love life's a joke and his wallet's always empty.
The thing about a rut, though, is at least you know where you are.
So when Ed runs into an old acquaintance and is sucked into a drama of street crime and high-stakes property dealings, he turns to the principles that once served him well. Except - he's not sure if he can still trust them, especially as his Buddhist practice is a bit on the rusty side...
Written by Edward Canfor-Dumas, award-winning screen writer and novelist, this is an urban story with a twist and a wry appreciation of the challenges we face every day - whether we're muddling by, or, like Ed, suffering from a severe case of the bodhisattva blues...
A book for everyone who's ever wondered whether enlightenment really is compatible with the daily commute.
“Compelling...An engaging book that will surely see you pondering the challenges and patterns in your own life”