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FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for this review. The opinion in this review is unbiased and reflects my honest judgment of the product.

Book Name- The First Rule of Ten  Authors-Hendricks & Lindsay

When I perused the options of so many books Hay House offers, it was difficult to choose.  Many I have read already, others are on my TO READ list.  But then, I saw Gay Hendricks name.  I am a huge fan.  His book, The Big Leap  was the type that literally changes life.  I think by writing his first nonfiction, he took his BIG LEAP.

The book is a mystery novel of fiction, but so much more.  Our main character, Tenzing Norbu (Ten for Short) is an ex Buddhist, who then becomes a LAPD, but by listening to his inner self leaves the force to pursue a dream.  His First Rule is “Don’t Ignore Intitive Tickles Lest They Reappear As Sledgehammers”. 

The mystery plot read fast, captured my attention from page 1, it had enough twists and turns that it was a page turner.  I loved the writing style, the plot, the multiple character development and best of all the spiritual nature of his Buddhist upbringing and how so complete in his words, I felt I had just taken my own meditation time.  A great mystery book, but undeniably great spiritual messages that are trademarks of Hendricks.  This is a picture of my cat as I was in the bath tub and had just finished the book! Image

I can’t wait to read The Second Rule of Ten.  I think Tinker Lindsay is a great influence on Gay Hendricks leap into non fiction work. 

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