Book Of The Day – The Trousers: Parables for the 21st Century

by Ron on December 20, 2016

Today’s Book of the Day is a Literary Fiction novel by Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Shlomo Kalo and it’s 75% off for a limited time. The Trousers: Parables for the 21st Century has a 4.8 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $3!

“Each and every story had a lesson worthy of paying attention to and you do pay attention because they are so very well written.” Lili – Amazon Reviewer


The Trousers: Parables for the 21st Century
by Shlomo Kalo
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Genre: Literary Fiction
Price: $0.99 save $3

 

Nobel Peace Prize Nominated Author

Throughout history, people used parables as a means to provide a refreshing look into various human situations, handing down wisdom and imparting moral values.

The audience not only enjoyed the highly intriguing story, but had also the joy of uncovering the truth that was stored within the parable.

In a unique blend of inspiration and imagination, prolific writer and Nobel Prize nominee, Shlomo Kalo, brings readers of all ages new, fascinating parables for modern day living in a hectic and sometimes forgetful world.

Each one of the twenty-six parables is different and provides something exclusive and powerful. Each parable has its own setting and feel. Each story enriches us spiritually and humanly in its own refreshing way, making us laugh, ponder, or soulfully move our spirits. From The Man and the Tiger, to The Wondrous Princess, to The Sultan and Destiny, to The Blind and the Sighted, this book is crammed with fun, novelty, faith and wisdom on every page.

Read… Absorb… Enjoy!

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

We enjoyed each of the tales very much – they are witty, to the point and address some topical issues. Shlomo Kalo is clearly a talented writer.

*******

The Trousers, a collection of inspiring parables, is a source of such spiritual wisdom simply communicated. While the rich stories describe ancient kingdoms, the common narrative is here and now, our own “kingdom of life”. And the underlying moral easily reveals itself, waiting for us to follow. Very much recommended.

*******

This book is the kind that you will remember, that will inspire you, will make you laugh and think about the meaning of life, but the most important thing is, that you will not read it only once, you will not read it only for yourself. You will read it, for sure to your children and also very likely to your friends.

*******

This is a marvelous collection of stories induced in deep wisdom and divine grace, as all of the other books of the author. The reader gets a chance to have a wide window opened to him into the happenings of human beings of varying spheres of time, place, and culture.

*******

The stories were simple, bright, focused and allegoric. They made me examine my life and my self honestly and to the depth. At the same time they arouse and strengthen that longing for truth and for self fulfillment in me, and provided excellent “tools” for that purpose.

Get The Trousers: Parables for the 21st Century here: The Trousers: Parables for the 21st Century

About The Author

Prolific novelist and thinker, Shlomo Kalo, one of the very few Israeli writers nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature, has published 80 titles in a variety of genres and themes.

Kalo was born in 1928 in Sofia, Bulgaria. He joined the anti-Fascist underground before reaching his teens and wound up in a concentration camp at the age of 15. After studying medicine and working as a journalist in Prague, and training as a pilot for Mahal, he immigrated to Israel in 1949. He was awarded an MSc in microbiology from Tel Aviv University in 1958. For 26 years and until his retirement, he worked as regional director of medical laboratories.

In 1969, a sharp turn in his life occurred. It subsequently affected his life, his thoughts and his highly prolific literary activity.

Shlomo Kalo wrote 80 titles, some of which were translated and published in 16 countries. He wrote novels, short fiction, literature for younger readers, non-fiction (philosophy, spirituality), a thriller and more. His short stories appeared in probably all literary magazines in Israel and the media often covered his writings and thoughts. Between the years 2006-2014 he was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature.

Shlomo Kalo died peacefully in his house on 8.30.2014. His last words were: “Everything is excellent for he who is not subjugated”.

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Shlomo Kalo and ENT appreciate it.

 

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