Book Review – Niki Owl: Leap of Faith by Karin Pinter

Part spiritual and self-help wisdom, part adventure and part adorable, “Niki Owl: Leap of Faith,” by Karin Pinter is a book to not only a great adult read, but can easily be shared with teens and children as well. Each chapter tells a short story with a spiritual lesson or belief weaved into it, allowing it to be read and digested easily for any age.

Pinter titled each chapter after song titles, including Sheryl Crow’s “A Change Will Do You Good,” Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way,” and Billy Joel’s “River of Dreams,” and the book takes the reader on an adventure with the character Niki Owl, who migrates from his homeland of Spain to Vancouver, Canada.

Readers will meet the friends Niki encounters along the way, and through each story, will learn key lessons about life, beliefs and the universe. This book lifts the spirit, opens the mind and teaches universal lessons applicable to any belief system.

Pinter refers to the character of Niki Owl as her “owlter ego,” and explains the stories are based on her own experiences moving from Spain to Canada. She created the character to represent a spiritual motivator, and the book is part of a transformational series focused on conscious creation.

Pinter is trained in Reiki, holds a Master NLP certification, and coaches entrepreneurs, change makers, authors, artists, speakers and more. She is currently working on the second book in the Niki Owl series.

For more information, visit, and purchase the book here: Niki Owl: Leap of Faith.