From Library Journal
In this new work, Don Juanabsent from Castaneda's preceding three worksonce again appears prominently. To convey the advanced spirituality of the Yaqui shaman, Castaneda relates stories told by Don Juan and his own experiences with the don. Such mysterious concepts as "stalking" and "intent," the "knocking" and trickery of the spirit, are all discussed. The vivid depictions of Don Juan's powers and personality will reawaken readers' fascination with earlier volumes, and since only one of three sets of six stories supposedly related by Don Juan appears here, doubtless more books are to come. Recommended for public libraries. C. Robert Nixon, M.L.S., Lafayette, Ind.
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Praise for the groundbreaking work of bestselling author Carlos Castaneda
"Extraordinary in every sense of the word." (The New York Times
"An unparalleled breakthrough... Remarkable (Los Angeles Times
"Hypnotic reading." (Chigago tribune
"It is impossible to view the world in quite the same way." (Chicago Tribune
"Excquisite... Stunning... Fresh, unexpected visions with the logic of dreams." (Detroit Free Press
"Taken together [Castaneda's books] form a work among the best that the science of anthropology has produce." (The New York Times Book Review