Dancing With the Avatar, book two in the Decent
series, is a continuation of Jovan Jones’ fiction work based on her true life
story. In the novel, she incorporates her experience of living in India and
exposes the spiritual powers of Hinduism.
Maya, a young American woman, continues her spiritual quest
with guru Cha Ma, while living in India at an ashram. As she dutifully
participates, she seeks to reach ultimate enlightenment, but what she does not
see is a spiritual realm where her chant for the deity Kali invites demons to
surround her—demons who are trying to kill her. With Christian parents back
home praying for her, angels are put in place in the spiritual realm to protect
her from the plans of the enemy. The battles between the angels and demons lay
a foundation for the plans the Lord has for Maya and her parents.
Jones’ characters address the differences of Western and
Indian civilization and culture. She also provides a glossary and pronunciation
aid to assist readers with unfamiliar terminology. With the popularity of
best-selling book Eat, Pray, Love, Dancing With the Avatar should
ride the wave of recent interest in Indian culture.
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