New book of Parables Teaches Wisdom Like Magic
– The King Manual Vol.1 by Anthony L. Norman Sr Is Something New. Rate #1 in African Literature on Amazon.com
Norman, a former division one basketball player, gang member, business owner, father of four and 32nd degree Free Mason, touts his education and life experience as the catalyst for his take on cooperation and leadership. Born in the 70s Norman has experienced what many in the African American community consider the most chaotic time in the community during the Regan administration. In the 90s, Tacoma Washington where Norman is from was one of the most dangerous cities in the U.S. at the time.
Norman uses his experience with gang culture, teams, and business to gather ideal traits for cooperation and leadership. With a degree in Public Administration from Evergreen State College Tacoma he used his research and statistical skills to create a defined way of story telling to impart his message.
The King Manual Vol.1 is 15 chapters of short stories each emphasizing different virtues, lessons, or principle. At the end of each parable the author explains the main theme in plain non-esoteric language. Almost as if to take very weighty concepts and ideas and put them into a light but enjoyable read. Telling a story then explaining "never outshine the master" or "avoid flattery", plainly shows the depth of the author's understanding and the power of this book.
"The King Manual Vol.1" is a mesmerizing book that takes readers on a thought-provoking journey. The concepts and lessons are time honored and test coming from thousands of years of history. Written by Anthony L. Norman Sr. this masterpiece seeks to imbued us with knowledge in a way that we recall it when needed in situations in our lives to ultimately make us the bast versions of ourselves. The story telling methods he has combines are challenging our conventional understanding but seem to work for those who read the book's insightful chapter. Order your copy right now on Amazon.
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