I want to eliminate the fear of death, it was the most fantastic experience of my life and I think of it every single day.
WILMINGTON, Del (PRWEB) September 24, 2013
There are more than half a million cases annually of the deadly parasitic disease cerebral malaria, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine and author Tommie Little is one of the survivors.
Little’s memoir “A Lonesome Warrior” is about his journey, from childhood to adulthood, and how he lived his adventuresome life before and after facing a near death experience with cerebral malaria in 1994 while volunteering and living in a small tribal Namibian village of Sikosinyaya, Africa.
“The best NDE (near death experience) book I have read,” Gloria Mitchen said, from Amazon Reviews. “Once you start the book you won't put it down.”
Little’s memoir discusses his unusual upbringing as a foster child and his time served as a drill instructor and judo instructor in the Marine Corps.
"I want to eliminate the fear of death, it was the most fantastic experience of my life and I think of it every single day," Little said.
“A Lonesome Warrior” showcases Little’s trials and tribulations before and after his near death experience along with his incredible effort and strong will power to succeed.
For more information, visit http://tommielittle123.wix.com/the-lonesome-warrior.
“A Lonesome Warrior”
By Tommie Little
Retail Price: $21.59
Available in paperback, hardcover and e-book.
About the author:
Thomas L. Little was raised in Philadelphia. He now resides in Dover, Delaware where he practices law in the Family Court of the State of Delaware. He received his undergraduate degree from Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania, his masters from Temple University in Philadelphia and his law degree from Widener Law School in Delaware.
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