COMMENTS ON WILLIAM BUELER’S FIRST NOVEL ABOUT TIBER, TABLET OF THE GODS.
• Western fictionalization of the East makes for a formidable oeuvre, bearing authorships of such diverse genre and generation as Marco Polo, Rudyard Kipling, E. M. Forster, George orwell, James Hilton, and now William M. Bueler.
• Tablet of the Gods follows in the path of James Hilton’s Lost Horizon. It is a search by modern man for something mysterious, extraordinary and spiritual in the world. Of course, this strange place or thing has to be found in exotic parts of Asia. In this novel, it is a religious relic and it is located in a remote monastery, deep in the mountain wilderness of southeastern Tiber.
• William Bueler is skillful in his description of things Tiberan… Emotions and feeling expressed with great expertise can make drops of tears wet the pages of the book… the book will thrull the reader with suspense.
Lois Bueler for loving support and for correcting
many typos, stylistic problems, and points of illogic or
Marg Smith for encouragement and hours of typing
when I became a one-armed (one finger, actually) typist.
Kathy Lennox, Katherine Bueler, Barbara (Dueler)
Werren, Susan Eaton, and the Prime Timers Writer’s
Workshop for encouraging words.
Jerry Fowler, Norman Nesbit, Karl Gustafson, Dick Schori, Carl Schori, Gary Schiffmiller, Edward Bueler, Jill Faudree, Chris Cullen, and Frank Fallon for joining me on trips to the Chinese-Tibetan borderlands or Tibet itself.
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