Himalayan Tsunami (Paperback)
In June of 2013, darkened skies over northern India released torrential rains from multiple cloudbursts, leaving behind an incomprehensible trail of destruction.
American cardiologist, Dr. Seshadri, had just arrived in the Indian state of Uttarakhand for a spiritual retreat when the colossal storms hit.
Stranded on the isolated grounds of an ashram with his fellow retreatants, he is forced to address the mental and physical wreckage of this natural disaster.
"An arresting tsunami account told with great intelligence."
- Kirkus Reviews
"Gripping... amazingly well-written."
- Om Swami, best-selling author of If Truth be Told: A Monk's Memoir.