Former Attorney Abandons the Familiar to Find His Authentic Self
By: TouchPoint Press
Babirad says "In-Transit Passenger" is "not solely a novel to be read passively." Babirad incorporates elements of self-help for readers to take their own journey toward bettering themselves. Taking a nontraditional, travel-oriented approach, Babirad encourages readers to change their path in life. Each chapter ends with a prompt for the reader to connect their own experience with that of the story. The history incorporated throughout the novel allows readers to reflect on their own unique history and the people and places that have shaped them. Readers of all ages will relate to the protagonist's desire to find a more fulfilling life, particularly millennials and those who are experiencing a career-change. Unlike many novels on the market today, "In-Transit Passenger" actively engages readers.
If you left behind what was familiar and went back to your authentic self, where might that lead? In "In-Transit Passenger," the main character leaves behind an unfulfilling life at a law office in order to find greater meaning and a more meaningful life. A seemingly routine trip by boat suddenly turns into something much more significant, taking the protagonist back in time to those "in-transit"
About the Author
Robert holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Secondary English Education, awarded magna cum laude, a Juris Doctorate and a Masters in European Union Law awarded with Merit from King's College London in the United Kingdom. He is admitted to the New York Bar and is also a licensed secondary English teacher. He has written for numerous international, peer-reviewed publications, including being a regular contributor to the King's College London EU Law and Commercial and Financial Law Blogs, European Competition Law Review, Global Competition Litigation Review, The Institute of Competition Law based in New York and Paris, the National Council of English Teacher's "English Journal," New York Newsday, Addicted 2 Success, Tiny Buddha and The Oxford Mail. He is passionate about travel, history, culture, reading, languages and the arts.
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