|About the Book|
The manuscript LUCK is a multi-layered story about real people, true stories and authentic experiences. It is about a stylish young wife and her black knight husband, Grant Bates, who brings out the strength, character and humorous side of herMoreThe manuscript LUCK is a multi-layered story about real people, true stories and authentic experiences. It is about a stylish young wife and her black knight husband, Grant Bates, who brings out the strength, character and humorous side of her personality. Real magic happens that proves to be life altering. In the prime of life, she is admitted to Toronto Western Hospital as clinically dead. Dr. Saul Ess, her psychiatrist, along with Dr. Soletere and teams of doctors, nurses, social workers and religious leaders work feverishly with skill and compassion to determine the cause of this calamity and to begin recovery. The art of tyranny in the black knight is at its finest with hidden agendas, falsehoods, secret societies, deceit and the illusion of art and love. What lies beneath is a woman who radiates quiet intelligence, is soft-spoken, a little bit shy, is hilariously funny and playful. She is an enchanting heroine who is hidden in plain sight. Lessons of the past, with skill and intellect, get the balance right. Dr. Saul Ess radiates energy and inspires all around him with his quiet brilliance. During months of counseling, he interviews the couple to determine the nature of their relationship. The story is loaded with information, leading in a dance to the final frontier, the battle between the sexes, men vs. women. This is a triumph of one woman, an awesome medical marvel who survives death and overcomes all obstacles. She is the first to admit that her most remarkable accomplishment is her team. Medical, educational and religious circles have been mesmerized by this story- the murder of faith, hope and love and nurturing the Spirit Within. Sensitivity to the plight of women is a universal issue whose time has come. It draws to an intoxicating finish with I did it. It is over, according to Japanese Shibumi strategy with elegant simplicity, effortless effectiveness and beautiful imperfection.