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Breaking News: The Man with 17 Lives

leah kirk


My close friend and associate Bill Vaznis of New York recently released title Man With 17 Lives: Superman Ain’t Got Nothing on Me that is a fantastic read about a man who overcame many challenges. A noted hunter and fisherman, Vaznis penned this fascinating novel while enduring a successful battle against throat cancer. It has already been nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. Here’s what Amazon has to say about the book. 

Who is God? The target audience is a reader who does not regularly attend church services, does not read the bible, believes time is not measured in hundreds or thousands of years but rather in billions of light years and does not pray to a higher being . . . except to fill an inside straight.

Yet something in the back of his mind tells him that God does indeed exist, that there is a higher power in the universe and that everything happens for a reason. Indeed, there are no coincidences in life. But how does the average guy reach Him?

The real purpose of this book is to let the reader that s/he does not need to be an angel, a card-carrying Christian or a pillar of society to gain entry into the realms of the afterlife. In fact, you do not need to rely on a priest, a Rabbi, a minister, a nun, a pastor, a monk, a witch doctor, a soothsayer or a TV evangelist to run interference for you. Why? We all have a direct line to the Commander-in-Chief if we would only take the time to recognize His presence in our daily lives.

Indeed, I have survived several near and certain death experiences. Fast motorcycles, encounters with wild animals, a pedophile, a couple of accidents, three near drownings, five heart attacks, a mini stroke, two pulmonary embolisms, two bouts with cancer, and several fool hardy stunts could not put me in the ground.

Indeed, if it were not for Devine intervention I would be long dead.

Editor’s note: I’ve known Bill for many years and this book is the real deal.