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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 325 pages
  • Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group Press (October 1, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1608321878
  • ISBN-13: 978-1608321872
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 6.2 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,331,727 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Riveting, original, inspiring! You'll never be the same after you read this book.
           -T. Harv Eker, Author of #1 NY Times Bestseller Secrets of the Millionaire Mind

About the Author

Arnold Francis has brought his expertise in medical sciences and philosophy together in his first novel The Third Q. A successful entrepreneur and inventor, he has built several million dollar businesses. A championship dog breeder, amateur sculptor, musician, and scuba enthusiast, the pastime he loves best is sharing his success secrets with those in need.

Robert Luxenberg has been a swimming champion, a member of the Canadian national team, and the leader of the Canadian contingent to one of the largest international sports games. After attending university on an NCAA scholarship, Robert worked in commercial real estate and subsequently went on to develop several cutting edge business ventures. Robert is an accomplished speaker, trainer, writer, and philanthropist whose journey of growth inspired him to explore and share the visionary wisdom of the Third Q.


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This book is well written, entertaining and enlightening.
Teresa Mustelier
There are some good ideas and beliefs in here - that you and your belief in what you can do, can empower you to accomplish it.
wogan
The plot is based around the two main characters Max and Zoro, with a great cast of secondary characters.
Reviewer"Lynn"

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Reviewer"Lynn" on September 28, 2011
Format: Hardcover
What would you do if you met a man who had a knowledge of your past, present and future; a future that promises you great power and riches? You either would run or stick around and see what will happen. This is the dilemma that Zoro Montana is facing. When his younger brother dies in a house fire Zoro is blamed for his death. The day of the funeral his father commits suicide which leaves more on the shoulders of this young boy. For years his mind has controlled him and he feels guilty in the death of his brother. This is all about to change. Now a part time chauffeur, Zoro is working for a mysterious billionaire Max Cisary, a man that is going to lead Zoro down a path that is going to challenge his mind, lead him out of the deep despair that he has been to the heights of great power. Now Zoro becomes involved in a 500 year old conspiracy , searching for a mysterious piece of art and the truth to his father's suicide. As Zoro continues working for Max there are those out there trying to stop him, even to his own family. They will stop at nothing even to the point of murder to keep the secret hidden or to unlock the power for their self. As Zoro along with Max navigates through conspiracy in the church, neurological science and escapes from those trying to stop him from searching and unlocking the secret, Zoro ends up a better man with his understanding of "The Third Q".

This is quite an interesting book, one that in order to reach the full potential needs to be read slower and not just skimmed through. Just what is the Third Q? We can look into our subconscious mind but when we use the third q, we look deeper and see things that our imagination can pull from the depths of the universe..
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 2, 2012
Format: Hardcover
One always wonders if a novel written by two writers can succeed; many feel that such books may be a 'too many cooks spoil the broth' situation. But rest assured Arnold Francis and Robert Luxenberg share the limelight for the success of this book. The characters they develop are painfully realistic despite the at times supernatural mist in which some of them walk and the history of the main character is so well painted that his journey for the Third Q is particularly meaningful by book's end.

Zoro Montana is a down and out unemployed man living in the Bronx with complex psychological baggage: he feels responsible for the death of his brother Joey and the subsequent suicide of his father on the day of his brother's funeral, he holds guilt for not supplying his wife Gina with income, and he is ready to start a new job as a limo driver for a strange and very wealthy man named Max who lives in a mansion decorated with strange mystical murals. Max is kind and offers to change Zoro's life if he will just follow his advice. In Max's words ' Everything we lose is a stone in the road, Zoro. And you need to face the stone, pile them up, and maybe even use them to build a road toward the answers and away from the pain. You can always find reasons to give up, but Zoro, you can also find just as many reasons to go on.' So here begins a journey that will result in Zoro's discovering secrets held by the Church about the reason that the unexplored region of our lives - the fourth arch - is the discovery that man and God are one.

The authors place some eloquent words in the mouth of Max. 'The third world is more difficult to explain. It is less tangible, for it is the place that transcends the physical and mental world.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Shirley Priscilla Johnson TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 26, 2011
Format: Hardcover
I am not exactly sure how to review this book. It is one that touches in areas some may not understand or even be open to. As many of you know that read my reviews I am a Christian and have been quite interested in Quantum in relationship to the Bible. There is so much revelation there that is just now opening up and it is very exciting. This story to me went down that road, a road many do no want to travel.

In this book we meet a man named, Zoro. Zoro's Spirit man is broken due to a tragedy that happened in his life, one that he has never forgiven himself for. His life is a mess, lost in a sea of hurting souls with no foreseeable way out. To him his destiny is sealed. Or is it? Perhaps by chance or destiny he is called to a man who will change his life forever. This man holds out to Zoro a secret that has been hidden for centuries and only shared by a select few. Men will kill to keep this secret, men will kill to know this secret. Zoro is confused and somewhat afraid at first, and at first Zoro's natural mind battles against what his heart knows is truth , he slowly begins to open his Spirit man and allow the transformation he desperately needs. It is a mysterious story, leading you in places you too may at first feel uncomfortable going, but something in you makes you continue on. To me, of course I take a Biblical perception of what I read and I do not think man alone can change his destiny. However, I do feel that God has implanted within us His DNA and we are just now starting to understand how He wants us to use it. Therefore I look at this book through those eyes, not that man alone can achieve any greatness or prosper on his own.
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