"The dude is oooooon. Imagine Gibran on double chocolate mocha; Hafiz after pounding back a dozen DQ butterscotch sundaes, and you will begin to see the wry, effervescent genius of Sri Gawn Tu Fahr."
"The sensual way Sri Gawn Tu Fahr writes about love and togetherness, especially in the smokin' Divinity of Woman chapter, echoes Rumi's countless references to The Beloved, which is a composite entity, comprising one's human lover and the Consciousness that manifests in all beings.
"In his use of metaphor, including his use of the ocean as a representation of Consciousness, Sri Gawn Tu Fahr explores a place that lies somewhere between the Sufi poets and T S Eliot. There is just so much to revel in as one reads these insightful chapters, that a review simply cannot hope to do the book justice."
by Steven Cain, top book reviewer for Amazon.com.