is hunted down by the American government because of what he has written in his book. People from all over the world are reading his
Ardmore, OK (Vocus) March 19, 2010
The word has always been mightier than the sword. In this riveting and absorbing novel, it portrays how one man’s book leads to upheavals around the world, especially in America, because of the eye-opening and powerful message that lies between the lines. As readers get engrossed in author Noah Snider’s Kinney and the Vaporworld, they will soon realize that this can very well be true.
Kinney, the author of VaporWorld,” is hunted down by the American government because of what he has written in his book. People from all over the world are reading his “VaporWorld” and many have finally opened their eyes. Most of them have voiced out and the government is apparently afraid that things will get out of hand. The media is all over the White House to cover one of the greatest highlight stories in this period, as the American citizens, though of different colors, have become united in their mission. The world is stirred politically, socially, economically, and emotionally. What makes “VaporWorld” so devastatingly dangerous? Is it a gripping novel or our future history?
Snider’s Kinney and the Vaporworld is not just any fiction that readers will enjoy reading, but it holds a certain truth to it that everyone will find it potent and real. For more information on this book, log on to Xlibris.com or call toll free (888) 795-4274 today.
Kinney and the Vaporworld * by Noah Snider
Publication Date: March 16, 2010
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