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The 26th Game: The Only Thing At Stake Is The Destiny Of Humanity Paperback – April 5, 2017
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About the Author
Paul James Zack lives in the prairie heartland. He writes in a study with a view of the western sky and the setting sun. He’s written short stories, poetry, songs and the novels An Eternal Melody and The 26th Game.
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There are subtle things that I feel whenever I explore a new town or enter a house or store I've never been in. Environments in this book are very three-dimensional, but are distorted in beautiful ways that feel real. Whenever the main character would return to his home, I would feel the exact feeling I would have after returning home from a long day of work.
Love in this book is a constant, but moves and builds from scene to scene. The scenes involving the animals were incredibly powerful to me. Props to the author on this specifically.
With his new book, "The 26th Game," Mr. Zack crafted an extraordinary story: a tapestry woven with mystery, intrigue, adventure and fascinating characters against a spellbinding metaphysical background with spicy undercurrents--something for everyone. The Prologue drew me in and by the end of Chapter One, I was hooked! I couldn't put it down and had to read it all in one sitting. It would be an injustice to other readers for me to reveal any of the details, as that would deprive them of the fun of discovery. My only disappointment is that I now have to wait again for his next book!