WALL is a novel about Love, Sex, and Immortality. Action takes place in Montreal - Canada, Milos - a fabulous Greek Island, and in realms accessible only to those who read this book. It also explores quantum tunneling where physics and metaphysics blend into a new reality.
There is more on heaven and earth than meets the eye, more than our senses can detect. We, you and I, can walk through walls, visit other realities, past and present, make love on Greek Islands drenched in sunshine, all by an act of our will. How? Let Ambrosia and Simon show you. The abilities lie dormant within us.
Some 5 Star Reviews from Smashwords.
Loved it, loved it, loved it. And so will you. Guaranteed! (Hanna K. Loda)
A beautiful goddess—the physicist Ambrosia, and the professor of comparative religion with propensity for symbolic interpretations of historical writings—Simon, seem an unlikely pair to join forces to advance science beyond its self-imposed limitations. They do, and in the process take us into realities that dreams are made of. And that in addition to the sun-drenched Greek Islands, the just as scorching romance, and into realities where dreams and waken states intermingle with stunning results. A must read! (Anetta Bach)
Since I read about quantum tunneling, I was waiting for someone—some scientist, author or dreamer—to develop this idea into a practical application. Stan Law has done all that and more. He also offered us a scorching romance between a protracted virgin and a goddess, a story of love, tension, espionage, science and just about anything you can think of in this world, a good deal beyond. How he manages to do it I don’t know, but I love the way he does it. (Adam Kerry)
I read a great deal about OBE and other esoteric phenomena in print and on the Internet. Yet it is only now, in this novel, that Stan Law makes our hidden potential real. I defy anyone who read this book not to try to leave their physical body, to visit places far away and, if successful, to return filled with awe. The novel is convincing by stressing how much effort and practice is required to achieve results. Like in this book, the effort makes is all worthwhile. Good luck and thank you Mr. Law. (Patrick Johnson)
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Published December 9, 2013
Romance, Literature & Fiction.