In those 17 pages Emunds asks and attempts to answer, through his character George, the biggest question of them all; Who am I?
I realise the author is coming at this from a Christian perspective, but I think that's totally irrelevant as the answers he proffers are equally applicable to the Christian or non-Christian world. I found many of the ideas in this book reminiscent of "new-age" thought as typified by the "law of attraction" literature.
I would have to say I did thoroughly enjoy the concepts and ideas in this book and I know Emunds has a lot more to say through George, in future books.
You might feel a tad shortchanged by the length of The Priest Whisperer, but I doubt you'll regret reading. It's a new, fresh and interesting perspective on the reality of the individual. I liked it a lot. What it definitely does though is make you want more, and in that respect I'm sure the author has achieved his objective.