Andy Andrews is a dear friend, one of my favorite authors, and maybe the best speaker I have ever heard. His new book, The Final Summit, is the much-anticipated sequel to his New York Times bestseller, The Traveler’s Gift. In a minute, I will tell you how to get a copy of his new book FREE.
The Final Summit is a great read. Like Andy’s other books, it is chock-full of wisdom, perspective, and inspiration. The best part is that Andy personally exemplifies these characteristics in his own life. He walks his talk.
Recently, I had a chance to interview Andy in my office in Nashville. We talked for about 30 minutes, but we could have gone for another hour—easy. However, the video embedded above is skinnied down to just 5 minutes. Hopefully, it will give you enough to whet your appetite for the book.
Without giving the story away, here is the basic plot. David Ponder, the protagonist in The Traveler’s Gift is back. Many years have passed since he discovered the Seven Decisions during a divine journey through time. He is now 74 years old, and he has lost the one thing that mattered to him most: his wife, Ellen.
Despite his personal and professional success, he now sits alone at the top of his 55-story high-rise contemplating the unthinkable—just as he did 28 years ago. However, just as things look their darkest, he is told via divine channels that he is to convene one last summit with hundreds of his fellow Travelers, including people like George Washington, Joan of Arc, Abraham Lincoln, and Winston Churchill.
As the cover copy from the book states,
This is mankind's last chance. Centuries of greed, pride, and hate have sent humanity hurtling toward disaster, and far from its original purpose. There is only one solution that can reset the compass and right the ship, and it consists of only two words.
“With time running out, it is up to David Ponder and a cast of history's best and brightest minds to uncover this solution before it is too late. The catch? They are allowed only five tries to discover the answer.”
I loved this book. While it builds on the The Traveler’s Gift, you can read The Final Summit as a stand alone book. Regardless, I think you will find it inspiring and comforting.
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