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at The Iconoclast Press

 

offering select spiritual, religious, metaphysical,

new age, and mystical books

 

 

 

 

Presenting awe-inspiring books

by Pulitzer Prize nominee Jack Haas:

 

 

What the critics have said about Jack Haas' books:

 

"...very strongly recommended reading..." Midwest Book Review

"The Kerouac of the new millennium." Frank Wolf (author of Blind Bay)

"...inspires us to rediscover the mystery of ourselves..." Judine Slaughter (Express Yourself Books)

"...Read in awe." Benjamin Tucker (author of Roadeye)

"...groundbreaking..." Joanne Turner (The Messenger)

"...an embarrassment of riches..." George Fisk (author of A New Sense of Destiny)

"...poetic and stunning..." Nancy Jackson (Dog-Eared Book Reviews)

 

 

 

Books by Jack Haas

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The autobiographical account of Haas’ journey into the primitive wilderness of coastal British Columbia, and into the uncharted regions of the soul. A true tale of adventure, misadventure, alchemy, mysticism, wonder, meeting with Christ, and miracles. This is a prose masterpiece that was also nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROOTS AND WINGS: adventures of a spirit on earth        

by Jack Haas      ISBN: 0-9731007-4-5, ©2003 

 

An autobiographical narrative of Haas’ journeys in spirit, and sojourns on earth. This is a rapturous saga, relating the author’s inimitable experiences while out and about in “this crazy, beautiful, impossible world”, as he describes it. His travels encompass a wide variety of places such as India, New Zealand, Nepal, Hawaii,

Europe, Israel, and Iceland. Largely, however, this is a tale of the author’s acceptance, love, and alchemical union with the spirit, with Christ, and earth itself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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