In the novel The Mystic Side of Scott, Scott, a young man, ends up in a few penitentiaries from his failed criminal lifestyle and became dissatisfied with his life. He prayed to God for the truth of God. He later discovered spiritual revelations not only of God but also of performing spiritual rituals within his soul. He is revealed many ancient wisdom of contemplative insights of the past. Scott travels to the South Pacific islands to retire, marry, and teach his philosophies. In his final days, Scott finds peace, fulfillment, harmony, and wisdom.
David S. Kelley, the author, incorporates his personal mystic experiences and philosophies into the novel as a new insight into mysticism.