The Trilogy consists of ALEC, ALEXANDER and SACHA - The Way Back, all available on Smashwords.Stan Law, aka Stanislaw Kapuscinski, an architect, sculptor, and a consummate student of ancient myths, dives, once again, into the mysteries of the human potential. In this Trilogy of novels he is no longer satisfied to fathom the depth of the human mind, but reaches beyond, to a realm where the mind might have its origin.
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1 . The novel is a great read!
Posted October 21, 2012 by Sylvester , BurlingtonAccording to Sacha, we are all born with a destiny that cannot be reversed. Sacha pursues all avenues to find his. When he does, he pays the ultimate price, or he's rewarded beyond our wildest dreams. It depends on your point of view!
You'll enjoy ever page, it will entertain you, yet, at the same time the book will make you think. To paraphrase Franz Kafka: It is an axe for the frozen sea inside you.
2 . For me amazing. For others it may well be scary.
Posted October 20, 2012 by Hanna , Mtl.As the story of Sacha unfolds, I hardly expected the earth-shuttering dÃ©nouement that, Stan Law, once again offers us, although, in hindsight, it could hardly be otherwise.
Read it. Read it carefully, and see if you, too, will be as surprised as I was. This is a story about a little boy, later a nice, kind, loving man, who changes the world as we know itâwith deadly consequences for those who oppose him. Amazing?
For me, yes. For others it may well be scary. Very, very scary!
3 . A Fantastic Story!
Posted October 03, 2012 by PatrickJ , MontrealEven as a boy, Sacha is convinced that heâs in a physical body by mistake. It takes him years to discover his true purpose, including the reason for his embodiment. A fascinating concept. People are hoping to, eventually, go to heaven. Sacha is trying to return there. Only his heaven, his mission, and his purpose are all different from most people.
One can only wonder what demands would a reincarnation of a past savior place on his destiny. Would he act even as Sacha did? Would he be willing to die, again?
There are unspoken echoes of the past in this book. Long past, which casts a shadow of history repeating itself. In Sacha, there is wonderment, long search, studies, uncompromising commitment to the fulfillment of his destinyâ¦ Vaguely reminiscent to Stan Lawâs YeshÃ»a. Or is it?
May 28, 2011
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