The Journeys of Socrates

  • von Dan Millman
  • Sprecher: Sam Tsoutsouvas
  • 6 Std. 34 Min.
  • gekürztes Hörbuch


In 19th century Tsarist Russia an orphaned child born of Jewish and Cossack blood grows up in a land of wealthy aristocrats, struggling peasants, and growing discontent. Sent to an elite military academy at the tender age of four, Sergei Ivanov (Socrates) comes of age training to protect a way of life he doesn't understand. When a sudden death forces Sergei to flee, he escapes into the wilderness. From the heights of love to the depths of despair, from the threat of a mortal enemy to the search for a child he has never met, Sergei Ivanov's odyssey unlocks hidden wisdom at the heart of life. He could never have imagined that from the moment of his birth he was destined to become the peaceful warrior who would change the lives of millions worldwide. The odyssey that unfolds is not about the revolutions of history, but about the revolution in one man's heart. A stirring story emerges as Sergei encounters mentors and masters who reveal secrets about the arts of war and, ultimately, the path to peace.



"Millman's fluid storytelling makes this an easy read." ( Publishers Weekly)


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Beautifully Narrated and inspiring

After a long time of reading my favorite book ‘The way of peaceful warrior’ this book goes into the life of favorite character Socrates. This really touches on so many aspects of human
struggles. The take away is to put the past behind and become the peaceful warrior. Best line is Expect Nothing but be prepared for everything. The way that socrates trains under serafim resembles to principles of Aikido
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- Sashank Kumar Pappu

Weitere Infos zum Titel

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 15.04.2005
  • Verlag: HarperAudio