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  • Keywords
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    • Spiritual memoir,
    • Faith and spirituality,
    • Out-of-body experiences,
    • Canadian immigrant experience,
    • Immigration memoir,
    • History of religion

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The Immigrant Soul - The Universal God Theory
by Nando Speranza

At the age of five, Nando Speranza had his first out-of-body experience. Alone and afraid, a voice comforted him. This was only the beginning of these occurrences that ignited the author’s desire for connection through relationships, music, and a higher power. The Immigrant Soul and The Universal God Theory are two books bonded by Speranza’s search for meaning. The first highlights significant moments in the author’s life from his family’s origins and extraordinary birth to his music career and spiritual experiences. Perseverance and resilience are the heart of this autobiography. In The Universal God Theory, Speranza’s existential quest continues. Through research and analysis, the author examines the foundations of various religions and he seeks to answer some of life’s biggest questions. For readers wondering the meaning of life, these books will offer proof of a high power. Lovers of immigrant stories will enjoy reading how one man never gave up on his dreams despite the obstacles set before him. With so many spiritual questions raised, the author reminds us that “we must comfort ourselves by accepting the fact that we will never fully be at ease with the intricate inner workings of the universe.” “If you believe in love and all that it is, you will eventually understand its glory as only God could have created something as beautiful as this”

Nando Speranza was a music producer and studio owner for twenty-two years. During his career, he produced musical albums, radio and television music campaigns, documentary films, and scored three motion pictures. He was nominated for a Juno Award for Music Producer of the Year and judged for the Juno Awards on four occasions. The Immigrant Soul and The Universal God Theory are his first books. Speranza is a member of the Society of Composers, Authors, and Music Publishers of Canada. In his spare time, he enjoys music, physical exercise, and writing poetry. Speranza lives in Moncton, New Brunswick, with his wife, grandson, and five cats. You can connect with him via e-mail at


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