“The Final Summit,” written by Andy Andrew is a book that follows the fictional character David Ponder as he is chosen to lead “The Final Summit,” a meeting of Travelers that have gathered to find the one principal that will save humanity.
The story follows David Ponder, as he gathers with some of the most influential people in all of history, all of whom are travelers. Their task together, to find the one principal that will save humanity, is perceived as difficult, but each of them brings to the summit a piece of the solution, a piece of the principle.
Within this story are references to many historical figures such as Winston Churchill, George Washington, Anne Frank, Teddy Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, Louis Armstrong, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Joan of Arc, Fred Rogers, and Golda Meir.
Along with the presence of these historical figures, the author also shares within the story line some of their impact on history. Although a good part of the dialogue at the summit is manufactured for the storyline, the historical references are factual, thus adding to the influence of the book.
The conclusion of the story is one that can be carried into the necessity of society today, but it is one that will be revealed, not within this review but as you finish reading the story for yourself.
All in all, this book is a recommended read for all age groups.
Dr. Jeff Krupinski
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