Sunday, June 12, 2011


In "The Final Summit," Andy Andrews, a gifted writer and a world-class communicator, creates a classic piece of literature for our times, in a unique and powerful blend of history, science and religion.

Drawing upon words, carefully culled from the deep recesses of his own heart, Andy Andrews deals with life's most baffling issues, to make history come alive, by utilising the help of hundreds of his fellow Travelers through the centuries, as David Ponder strives hard to discover the one solution that will save humanity.

Time is crucial and of the utmost essence, and the final summit of Travelers find themselves working as fast as possible to avert disastrous consequences.

Following in the footsteps and imbibing the spirit of its famed predecessor, "The Traveler's Gift," this sequel, "The Final Summit" explores the time-tested, historical principles that have guided the greatest leaders of all time and prompts us to adopt these principles in our own lives.

© Miriam Jacob


Hailed by a New York Times reporter as “someone who has quietly become one of the
most influential people in America,” Andy Andrews is a best-selling novelist and
in-demand speaker for the world’s largest organizations. He has spoken at the
request of four different United States presidents and at military bases
worldwide. Zig Ziglar said, "Andy Andrews is the best speaker I have ever seen.”
Andy is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Noticer and The
Traveler’s Gift. He lives in Orange Beach, Alabama, with his wife, Polly, and
their two sons.

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