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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Personal Growth / Happiness
  • Language:English
  • Pages:100
  • eBook ISBN:9781618422910

The Turquoise Wave

by René Qvist

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Overview
A story about lasting happiness. Thomas always believed that happiness was something you had to create for yourself. However, each time he achieves a goal in life he gets disappointed; the right education, the challenging job, the penthouse apartment, the fancy car, exotic vacations, the lovely girlfriend… something is always missing. While staring over the sea, Thomas spots a surfer riding a wave in an astonishing way. When the surfer lands on the beach, he turns out to be an old, grey-bearded man with clear blue eyes and giggling laughter. A strange relationship develops between the two, and Thomas is confronted with life issues that gradually turn his mindset and view of life upside down. THE TURQUOISE WAVE is a fable in the style of bestsellers such as Jonathan Livingston Seagull (R. Bach) and The Alchemist (P. Coelho) and stands out as an eye opener that can change your perception of life – forever. Read more on: www.reneqvist.com EDITORIAL REVIEW: Fantastic! The story has an awesome way of explaining the impossible, about consciousness and how to be happy in life. René Qvist has created a little masterpiece of a book that you can’t let go until you have read it to the end. I am impressed! M. Wengler, Editor, Rip’n Snap Magazine
Description
A story about lasting happiness. Thomas always believed that happiness was something you had to create for yourself. However, each time he achieves a goal in life he gets disappointed; the right education, the challenging job, the penthouse apartment, the fancy car, exotic vacations, the lovely girlfriend… something is always missing. While staring over the sea, Thomas spots a surfer riding a wave in an astonishing way. When the surfer lands on the beach, he turns out to be an old, grey-bearded man with clear blue eyes and giggling laughter. A strange relationship develops between the two, and Thomas is confronted with life issues that gradually turn his mindset and view of life upside down. THE TURQUOISE WAVE is a fable in the style of bestsellers such as Jonathan Livingston Seagull (R. Bach) and The Alchemist (P. Coelho) and stands out as an eye opener that can change your perception of life – forever. Read more on: www.reneqvist.com EDITORIAL REVIEW: Fantastic! The story has an awesome way of explaining the impossible, about consciousness and how to be happy in life. René Qvist has created a little masterpiece of a book that you can’t let go until you have read it to the end. I am impressed! M. Wengler, Editor, Rip’n Snap Magazine
About the author
René Qvist, b.1964, author, surfer and a life-loving challenger of fate and traditional thinking. Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, René has spent a lot of his time surfing the waves on the north shore of Sealand and snowboarding in the majestic mountains of France. His many hours in open space have made a huge impact on his way of thinking and have inspired him with a simple and direct way to interpret deeper psychological and philosophic ideas. Constantly he has been writing down his ideas and thoughts and finally in 2009 he decided to write the story that has been on his mind for a very long time. Now, after 2 years of reseaching, writing and editing he proudly presents his work with his unique debut novel THE TURQUOISE WAVE.
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