- File Size: 590 KB
- Print Length: 315 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: INHOUSEPRESS (December 31, 2011)
- Publication Date: December 31, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006S5WIGK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,911,607 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Winston's Kingdom [Winston Trilogy Book Three] Kindle Edition
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Winston's position in mankind is expressed in only the most sophisticated of terms. For some readers, this level of writing is a breath of fresh air; for others, the writing is a challenging adjustment. However what is common is the sheer astonishment you will have at the conceptual leaps that are made in this book, and that will challenge your mind. I'm glad that the author allowed things to come full circle in this book with Winston's development. Again, just a blow-your-mind kind of book. The bar was high for this last installment, but I had no doubt that Winston's Kingdom would surpass those expectations - and I was right.
The series is called Winston's Trilogy, and when I started reading the books it wasn't completely obvious why (because the main character is called Peter). But this book reveals Winston for the wise teacher and sage that he is. Apart from being highly thought-provoking and fascinating, this book is also a skillfully-written thriller. We think we know the world we live in, but we don't - not really. Such is the premise of this entire series, and this is something that Stan I.S. Law puts forward very convincingly in all three books. It is metaphysical (and probably three bridges too far for some people) but it challenges you to inspect the world as you know it and pursue the truth, setting aside all preconceptions of what life and society is about.
In short, this book makes you think, and it does so without being boring or overly preachy. A highly commendable accomplishment. Do yourself a favor and get yourself this book series if you think you are open-minded and convinced you can't be surprised anymore. You will be!
"Winton's Kingdom," by Author Stan I.S. Law is truly the work of a Master Storyteller. As with the other two books in the trilogy "One Just Man" and "ELOHIM-- Masters and Minions" the third / final book in the trilogy "Winston's Kingdom" is literally the nail in the coffin. From start to finish this third book picks up where the last left off in a mind blowing, earth shattering fashion that is not for the faint of heart. In short, the world of "Winston's Trilogy" comes full circle in a way that will have you contemplating life and the very essence of your core belief, including your immortality. As with all of Stan's books, the main characters are provide the reader with a unique blend of depth and feel that place you in the center of all the action. Once again this can be seen through the eyes of main characters, Peter, Cathy, Winston and Lena, to name a few. All are described with a profound POV that only a talented author can vividly portray. I personally enjoy this writing style because it builds a certain kind of suspense throughout the book that literally keeps you on the edge of you seat and leaves you wondering is going to happen next.
I have to admit that I'm saddened to have reached the final chapter in the "Winston Trilogy. But, as the saying goes, `All good things must come to an End.' Peter Thornton I will miss you and I am happy that at long last you have found the peace you so eagerly were in search of, albeit with a little help from Winston Smith. Still you will be missed and not forgotten. Lucky for me I am an avid read of all things coming from Author Stan I.S.Read more ›
Stan I.S. Law uses his unique talent of engaging and conveying the whole of a man’s world to explore metaphysics in a believable reality.
All of the characters are beautifully constructed and lend significant weight to the overall story. Winston is my favorite, a remarkable character that illuminates and inspires. After reading the entire trilogy you see the potential and growth faced by and accomplished by these superb characters. You will also have gained quite a bit of scientific knowledge.
While this book and the series are in no way light reading it is surely worthwhile reading. For an entertaining and transforming experience, I highly recommend it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
In this, the final entry into the Winston Trilogy, Law concludes the story of Peter, a talented and brilliant doctor who suddenly develops the gift of healing. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kevin Lintner
"Winston's Kingdom," book 3 of the Winston trilogy, brings the reader a powerful end to a journey that investigates the potential of humanity began by the first two books... Read morePublished 15 months ago by PL
Having read books 1 and 2 and thoroughly enjoying them, picking up book 3 was as easy call. I was very excited to read the conclusion to Winston’s story. I was not disappointed. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Brian
So much of Stan Law’s writing has just mesmerized me, and the last book to this trilogy was no different, completely mind blowing! Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mary Leckie
...or was I? While I've read this series from start to finish, enjoying the story and the philosophical discussions that took place among the characters throughout, it didn't... Read morePublished 19 months ago by TFLReader
I couldn't wait to find out what happens in this installment, and I knew that it wasn't going to be predictable. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Karl
If you've been a fan of Stan Law through the first two books in the Winston Trilogy, you won't hesitate to read the conclusion, which resolves all of the mysteries and unanswered... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jeff B
If you’re considering reading the conclusion to the Winston Trilogy, you certainly don’t need my review to convince you that you’ll love this book, since you already know what a... Read morePublished on August 15, 2014 by Monica LaSarre, Author
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