Author Zachary Brock Releases First Novel, Thinks It Will Open People’s Eyes
First-time author, Zachary Brock has released his first novel in a series this week April 13, 2017. This new novel, entitled, "A Dangerous Discovery," is about a young man who has had a hard life growing up as a Latin in America, until a stranger took him under his wing and changed his life forever.
This new novel, entitled, "A Dangerous Discovery," is about a young man who has had a hard life growing up as a Latin in America, until a stranger took him under his wing and changed his life forever. After finally making something of himself, he uncovers a mystery that the Vatican does not want discovered. Can he and his mentor survive the discovery of a lifetime, a secret the Vatican will stop at nothing to protect?
“This book is part of me and I hope people will enjoy it,” Brock said. “I have been through a lot in my short life and writing this first novel has helped me come to terms with some of the challenges I have had to face in my own personal life. I believe it will help others see that they can overcome hardships with a little help from others.”
Brock’s book has already created some backlash from the Catholic Church, but is expected to be well received by the public, especially the Latin community. A notorious critic has already stated that it may enlighten society to the unimaginable acts the Catholic Church inflicted to South American natives and their lands when the church first arrived from Europe.
“The novel tells the story of Marion (Ace) Acevedo and his mentor. The close relationship they have developed, as well as the horrible things that were done to American communities when the first Catholic Churches were established here,” Brock stated. “The story brings awareness to what harsh treatment the church did to indigenous people around the world when it was expanding its reach.”
"A Dangerous Discovery" is available on Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble and eBook platforms, such as Kindle. Be one of first to read and review this spine chilling tale. You can also follow Brock on Facebook and Twitter.