Sebastian Pennebaker has lived in the lap of luxury his whole life. The son of a multi-millionaire, he's never wanted for anything, and stands to inherit a fortune. But as he grows older he also grows restless and discontent, and fascinated by the life of the Buddha. He wonders how the spiritual teacher might have fared in the 21st century, and what it would be like to pursue a similar path. How would his family react? Society? One day Sebastian sets out to find the answers, and both hilarity and tragedy ensue.
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Steven J. Conifer is the author of seven novels: AND FOR THE SAKE OF THE KIDS; BREATHLESS; COME SLOWLY, EDEN; GOING SOMEWHERE; ANYWHERE AT ALL BUT HERE; THE LONG STORM; and SEARCHING FOR BUDDHA. He is also the author of a short story collection titled PITCH BLACK. Conifer is an attorney practicing in Charleston, West Virginia.
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