This book, by an almost unknown Persian sage of the 13th century, rapidly became, and has ever since remained, one of the greatest classics of spirituality in the East. Five hundred years after it was written, two travelers introduced it to the West. This version was translated by Johnson Pasha in the 19th century from a text prepared for the Aga Khan.
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During the summer before ninth grade, intrepid Gilda Joyce invites herself to the San Francisco mansion of distant cousin Lester Splinter and his thirteen-year-old daughter, where she uses her purported psychic abilities and detective skills to solve the mystery of the mansion's boarded-up tower.… (more)