In the tradition of metaphysical novels like Manuscript Found in Accra by Paulo Coelho, Mystic Warrior illustrates humanity's largely untapped spiritual potential. Mystic Warrior takes place in a world where psychic abilities like telepathy, remote viewing, and astral projection are used (and abused) by both ordinary people and those at the highest levels of government and world leadership.
Alec Thorn is a thirty-something go-getter looking to make it big. When a key business ally dies suspiciously, his dream is shattered. Sophie, a wise, eccentric florist, mysteriously leads him to a discovery that will change his life forever - the leader of an elite group of mercenaries has a personal vendetta against him (centuries old) and wants him dead.
Ominously, the mercenaries are threatening to auction off a nuclear device to fanatic terrorists bent on world destruction. Aided by Sophie and a rogue bounty hunter, Thorn begins a desperate race against time to develop his psychic abilities and survive in a world he had no idea even existed and where his previous beliefs about time and space no longer make sense.
Thorn's spiritual transformation reveals an unknown world of selfless mystics working behind the scenes using advanced psychic abilities to battle terrorists and the power elite. This unassuming entrepreneur-turned-mystic-warrior battles against seemingly insurmountable odds with the fate of millions hanging in the balance.
Mystic Warrior won the Independent Publisher Book Award for Visionary Fiction and a Nautilus Silver Book Award for Fiction/Visionary Fiction. (Deepak Chopra won the Nautilus Gold that year.)