Valley of the Sorcerers
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Edit, May 17, 2016:
I have by now read the book. As I learned in the preface, it is influenced by Sufism, which sure made it an interesting read. It still feels like there may be layers in this book that I do not fully understand, or have not discovered, but basically, it seemed to say that revenge is futile. Also, it encourages the reader to live in the now instead of brooding over a past that cannot be changed.
I like how the various worlds are merging in this novel, it's almost like a fantasy book, albeit a rather philosophical/spiritual one.