KANSAS CITY, Mo. (PRWEB) April 12, 2013
In a book that defies categorization, author Arsi Mckhoi looks at the relationship between science and God and whether or not they are so different after all in the pages of The Chronicles of Valdez (published by AuthorHouse).
If Louis Lamour and Chuck Palahniuk traded shots in a bar while discussing theology it would create this book, Mckhoi explains, who describes his book as being like X-Men versus the Book of Revelations.
Set between an unnamed city, heaven and hell, The Chronicles of Valdez centers around Anika Valdez, a woman chosen as the decider of the worlds fate.
An excerpt from The Chronicles of Valdez:
The nuns joked that the children could smell the lie but when Anika would catch wind of a lie she would give an understanding nod as if to say I already know. It was an interesting look. She would simply lift her chin and look up then look into the liars eyes. Being that confident in knowing something didnt seem natural in the mind of the nuns. Surely some things had to be left to faith. The interesting part of Anikas shyness wasnt that she was quiet.
She always seemed to be in conversation or playing with someone or something that wasnt there.
Fast-paced and filled with action, romance and horror, The Chronicles of Valdez offers a unique, memorable story that will provoke thought in readers from all walks of life.
The Chronicles of Valdez
By Arsi Mckhoi
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 198 pages | ISBN 9781481707473
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 198 pages | ISBN 9781481707497
E-Book | 198 pages | ISBN 9781481707480
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Arsi Mckhoi is a co-writer for the YouTube series Enter the Dojo and is a Readers Digest award-winning screenwriter for the romantic comedy 3 Rooms, 13 Walls.
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