Accolades for Headless World - The Vatican Incident, Sequel to The Avatar Syndrome, Spiritual Thriller by Stan Law

Montreal, Canada (PressExposure) June 08, 2009 -- Since launching in December, 2008, the Headless World--The Vatican Incident, collected raves in different parts of the world. Below the latest from the Amazon

"Stan Law is the master of visionary fiction, and with Headless World he has outdone even his own previous tours de force. An audaciously complex plot involves American power hunger, the venality of politicians, the courage of characters whose special gifts make the difference between doom and redemption, and an ingenious twist that keeps you turning pages with a fast-beating heart. The author's intellectual range and exquisitely poetic descriptions make his work always exceed your expectations. This is a book not to be missed nor rushed through but savored. Every line is a gift."

(Review by Kate Jones, writer, (Pasadena, MD USA)

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