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“Very enjoyable and well written. Simone kept my attention, intrigue and interest throughout. An excellent book and that front cover, I just love it!” -Amazon Reviewer
Paradoxically, it does not matter how we name our faith; what truly matters is how we behave
‘Come on a journey with two intrepid young Italian brothers as they seek to unravel an ancient riddle that will lead them on a voyage of discovery from Rome to Paris. The secrets of the Templars and early Christians are unearthed and other unexpected associations are revealed while simultaneously parables on life are pondered.
A short story of friendship, history, adventure and mystery.
The book cover is pretty amazing
And the title goes with the Story
The narration is fine
And the language is very easy here you can easily understand.
Character were defined nicely
No grammatical error
The Author has portray everything so nicely
-Amazon India Review
About the Author
Simone Stazi has born in Rome in 1990, where he actually lives, studies and works. He’s passionate about nature, sports in general, cooking, painting, religious and mystery topics. He has traveled throughout Europe and world for educational and career training.
His first book was a small collection of poems. He then decided to write his first novel blending different styles that “encourage” his readers to use a good amount of their own imaginations.
Notwithstanding the difficulties faced in life, Simone undersands that all of us are touched by them and through his writing he’s willing to keep alive old genuine values, that today are snubbed and trivialized. Adherence to those values makes him and us unique.
Mixing adventure, mystery and concreteness he offers an alternative reading to the various hypothesis given until now about “the Sator’s Square” finding a personal interpretation and offering so a new point of view.