Have you lost your passion for life? Has stress been beating you down? As we all know, professional athletes, business managers, CEOs, and world political leaders use coaches because they pinpoint the limitations that are holding them back from achieving the success that they seek.
In his courageous journey entitled Eaten by the Tiger, Dr. Allen describes his agonizing battle between triumph and fear. This true-life story vividly describes his near-death experience, the trying years of struggle and pain that followed, and his perseverance to overcome successfully.
Dr. Allen will ignite your audience with his dynamic, true-life stories and eye-opening insights. Dr.Emile offers a clear approach on how to identify and embrace ‘the tiger’ within all of us. Through his guidance, you will come to realize the many gifts life’s challenges have to offer.
After reading Eaten By The Tiger, you’ll be empowered to claw your way out of any life crisis. Experts who reviewed this amazing book have described Dr. Allen’s unremitting spirit as a true testament to fortitude and tenacity, providing hope and impactful life lessons to readers everywhere.
Ira Guevara, Editora El Paracaidista
Ninon de Vere De Rosa, President of Ninon Speaks
Elaine Fantle Shimberg – author of 24 books
Dr. Allen’s vivid description draws the reader into the operating room and through the painstakingly slow motion of the direction of his life. His honesty about his travels through demoralizing depression and despair offers hope to others who may struggle with their own life challenges.
EATEN BY THE TIGER is a fascinating read for those who have an interest in things medical as well as for those who enjoy a good mystery, one that beautifully describes one man’s search for his identity.”
Elaine Fantle Shimberg is the author of 24 books, including BLENDING FAMILIES (Berkeley Books) and GROWING UP JEWISH IN SMALL TOWN AMERICA (Abernathy House Publishing).
Patricia Turnier, Editress-in-Chief of Mega Diversities WebMag
The book is also about letting go of our life wounds to remember the importance of gratitude. Successful people cannot have a negative mindset if they wish to make it in this world. The resilience and heroism of Dr. Allen are astonishing. The readers will find in his book many valuable life-lessons endowed with wisdom that can help them flourish. The inspiring story of Dr. Allen has the capacity to heal people by planting empowering seeds in the minds of readers from all walks of life.”
Kathleen Foster of Foster Folly News
Alma H. Bond, Ph.D, “Author of Jackie O: On the Couch”
Patricia Kirby, Managing Editor of Home Care For You
Dan Simpson, DVM
Susan, Pacific Bell/AT&T, Los Angeles, Ca
Rick Radar, M.D., Editor in Chief Exceptional Parent Magazine
Marilyn Edmunds, PhD, NP and Editor in Chief of the Journal of Nurse Practitioners
Steve Alten, N,Y, Times best-selling author
Julie L’Enfant, PhD Art Historian
Sherry Skidmore, Ph.D., Professor of Forensic Psychology
Donna Kennedy, English Professor and Professional Editor
Harry Wilkins, III, M.D, Attending Trauma / Surgical Critical Care Attending, Quincy Medical Group
Sid Vaidya, Former VP of IBM, Founder/Chairman, The Diamonds of Diversity
Pompey Stafford, Investment Advisor