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“3 Lives”, a spiritual and new age fiction novel, by debutant author, Srini Chandra, is garnering an extraordinary string of five star reviews and reader support on Amazon. The novel, released only as an e-book on Amazon’s Kindle store, has drawn critical praise from fans and readers from all over the world. “3 Lives” is an inspirational fable of the spiritual journey of a New York city cab driver.

Amazon Top 1000 Reviewer, Darrin Buxman, writes “I don't recall the last time that I've been given so much insight in such a small number of pages. It is clear that this is a work of deep thought and reflection”

Author Srini Chandra combines Eastern and Western wisdom in a gripping tale of a man who goes in search of happiness across three lifetimes. “When we say that we are in search of happiness, what does that really mean?”, the author said. “There is a spirit that binds us all, regardless of where we come from or where we go. 3 Lives is a celebration of that spirit”


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The Story Behind This Book
3 Lives is an inspirational fable about the spiritual journey of a New York cab driver named Ray Cordoza. When Ray is murdered on his forty second birthday, he cries out in anguish - Why me?. In what lies after death, Ray meets the Voice, who he believes to be God. The Voice offers him three lives, each designed of his own choices, in pursuit of happiness. In a strange turn of events, Ray, a Catholic, is born as Anwer Al Safi, son of a devout Muslim, a self made billionaire and the most famous Arab in the world. In his second life, he takes the form of Dr. Jill Clayton, a scientist and teacher at Cal Tech in Pasadena, whose husband is gunned down in a terrorist attack in Mumbai. In his third life, Ray comes back as Tenzin Lhamo, a boy monk who flees his mountain homeland to exile in India. Read about Ray Cordoza's epic quest for bliss in 3 Lives. It will make you wonder about your own choices in your pursuit of happiness.

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An Amazon Top 1000 reviewer writes 

"When I started this book, I didn't have extremely high expectations. After all, how much good philosophical discourse can you expect at such a low price? What I discovered within the first few pages was an absolute gem. In a very concise, yet entertaining package the author manages to capture the essence of the struggle for happiness as a soul journeys through a series of very different life experiences. I couldn't put the book down after the first few pages and I intend to read it again. The synthesis of Eastern and Western conceptions of God was the most compelling that I have read or reviewed in recent memory. The development of characters, not through extensive description, but through their personal experiences really pulled me into the story and opened my eyes to perspectives that I had never really examined. I don't recall the last time that I've been given so much insight in such a small number of pages. It is clear that this is a work of deep thought and reflection. Often when I finish a book, I simply delete it from my Kindle so it doesn't clutter my first page. This book will be on my first page for a long time"


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