The Lost Commandments By Sam Silverstein – A Book Review

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Guidelines for Purposeful Living

Sam Silverstein captured my full attention within the first page of “The Lost Commandments.” I bonded immediately with the narrator and was soon accompanying him on his quest to discover the mystery behind the lost commandments. I was on an incredible journey in self-discovery, purpose, and fulfillment.

The adventure begins in a Washington University classroom in St. Louis, Missouri, next stop, on assignment in Tel Aviv, Israel. A strange repeat appearance of a weird message becomes even eerier when our professor meets a street vendor named Ayn – the contact’s name to finding The Lost Commandments.

Silverstein’s attention to detail has a unique way of transforming daily routine into an exciting adventure, always right on the edge of another new discovery into the meaning of life.

Sam Silverstein has a passion for empowering people to become accountable for their personal lives, for transforming business practices, and for impacting leadership, throughout his career, as an entrepreneur, author, and speaker.

I am fast becoming an avid fan of Sam’s writing and am already looking forward to a new adventure in self-discovery and life-long learning.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

Sound Wisdom, P. O., Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-1640950122, $19.99, 2018, 154 pages

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