The list author says: "I have been reading books by Ken Wilber for a few years now and would like to offer my selection to those who are interested in (1) getting to know Wilber's work and (2) want to deepen their understanding of Integral Theory."
"This book should only be read once the reader has gotten to know Ken Wilber through other books. The book is a personal account and deepened my understanding of Integral Theory, a variety of subjects and the man himself."
"This is the only novel I have read by Wilber. It was at once exhilarating and confusing, but it was one of the first books I read by him, so it can truly be said that it got me interested in reading the rest."
"I recommend that you listen to Ken Wilber in this conversational style where he gets a chance to explain much of his work. I have listened to this program repeatedly and never get tired of the intellectual simplifications and humor (yes, humor) that Ken displays while talking to the founder of Sounds True."