The hope of Tibet - Historical fiction by José Vicente Alfaro

The hope of Tibet

The number one Spanish bestseller, at last in English. 

$0.99 (regularly $2.99) 3/1/2016 - 3/31/2016!

“A moving story, full of mysticism and teachings, which had me glued to each and every one of its pages.” 
“The Hope of Tibet offers entertainment, emotion, narrative flow, quality and learning.” 
“The author opens a new window where we can discover the philosophy and teachings of Buddha, as well as the customs of the Tibetan people.” 
“Characters, plot and atmosphere allow the reader to feel immersed in the story.” 
“In this beautiful historic novel we find inner growth, loyalty, treason, and above all, hope!” 

Tibet in the 13th century. The so-called “Land of Snow,” beacon of eastern Buddhism, is under the authority of the Mongol Empire, whose domains extend throughout most of the known world.
In this context, the death of the leader of the main Buddhist school urges his followers to begin the search for his reincarnation: a boy who as yet knows nothing of the wisdom within him and the role destiny has in store for his people’s future.

Meanwhile, a humble peasant family, threatened by the assault of the Mongol army, is forced to leave their home village and set out on a journey with consequences none of them can foresee.

A vibrant and moving novel which takes the reader into an environment of legend where the faith of the people and the bleakness of the landscape blend to form a living unity.