The Avatar Syndrome, a Novel by Stan I.S. Law. A Spiritual Thriller.

Montreal, PQ Canada (PressExposure) December 08, 2008 -- The Avatar Syndrome follows Anne from childhood, to womanhood; from a troubled, taciturn youth, to a world-renowned violinist; from misunderstood recluse, to messiah of a higher truth and beauty.

INHOUSEPRESS presents The Avatar Syndrome (ISBN 978-0-9731872-5-0), visionary fiction, now available from all major online distributors, including Amazon,, Barns and Noble, Froogle, AurthorsDen, or directly from INHOUSEPRESS. The novel is the prequel to Headless World, released in September 2008.

A product of the expansive cultural landscape of our times, Law, a consummate student of ancient myths, fuses teachings of Lao Tzu, Jesus and Indian mysticism with contemporary issues of family, youth, feminism, fame and power delivers a singular vision of what it could mean to be human.

Some readers’ comments:

“Thank you, Stan for so beautiful and brilliant book. Through your book, you were able to awaken in me my true nature.” [K. Laycraft M. Sc., Center of Chaotic Studies, Alta. Canada]

“Thanks for your contribution to the literary world. I appreciate how you always include the spiritual element in your novels.” [R. Whitthoeft, Florida, USA]

“This book is . . . for those who love art, philosophy and science. Once again, (Law) touches us by his deep sensitivity for the psychological and spiritual growth of a human being.” [Izabela Gorska-Flipot Ph.D. Montreal, Qc., Canada]

“A thought-provoking work that stimulates and challenges ones mind. Filled with wisdom, The Avatar Syndrome is an intriguing and fascinating book. I recommend it.” [F M J Clouatre, Canada, on]

“From just a few pages, the Avatar Syndrome draws you in and doesn't let go. Just after a few paragraphs, I was part of the story, I befriended the characters, I had to read the next page. I just couldn't stop. However this book is not only a good read, but allowed me to reflect on my own life and look deep into my soul. This is a fantastic book, and I recommend it to anyone with heart!” [Bogumila Gierus, Canada, on]

“I loved the story of Anne. Many will be able to relate to her story, especially parents.” [Roy E. Klienwachter, author, on].

“I will start out by saying that this book was not for the casual reader. It is intense and heavy reading. With that said, I want to mention that I thoroughly enjoyed it.... It is thought-provoking and will stimulate and challenge you.” [Patricia Chadwick, Book bargains and Previews, New York, on].


INHOUSEPRESS specializes in the exploration of Human Potential. They published six novels, six more are in the editing process. In addition, six non-fiction books, plus collections of poetry and short stories are in advanced stages of preparation. Since, at present, INHOUSEPRESS limits itself to online distribution, they welcome proposals which would allow them to display their books in brick and mortar bookstores. Priority would be given to offers coming from companies with extensive printing and distribution facilities.

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