Popular Thriller Blowing Minds with Unique Story

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A genius … a mysterious organization … and a dark plot to change the world.

In what many are calling the most intriguing book of 2018 (so far), The Xactilias Project takes readers on a thrilling, roller-coaster journey into a dark and mysterious world.

What’s more, Amazon is hyping the book by discounting the Kindle version by over 50%.

“It’s a really fantastic book,” says Ronald J. Bushwell, HBC Literary Review. “It’s also a really fantastic deal, especially if you read by Kindle.”


The Best Books Journal’s Lois McGinty agrees, calling The Xactilias Project “a classic thriller that will leave readers breathless.”

“It’s tense, fascinating and beautifully written,” says McGinty. “Once I started reading, I couldn’t put it down.”

Also available in paperback and audio, The Xactilias Project tells the story of Claire Foley, a fascinating genius who spends her days working in the safe confines of a university research facility. Somewhere in the shadows, a mysterious organization has watched her from afar. When the time is right, the organization begins manipulating Claire’s every move until she finds herself in their employ. That’s when things really get delightfully strange, and soon readers are turning pages feverishly to see if this compelling figure can use her incredible talents to escape her predicament.

“It’s just and immersive, very well-written roller-coaster ride with surprises around every corner,” says Sarah McDaniels of The Candid Book Review. “Best of all, it’s just part one of what will be a three-part series, so readers are in store for even greater things down the road.”

Is The Xactilias Project the Best Book of the Year?

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Advertorial by Paul A. Achoa, editor of KingofHowTo.com

The story is unique. The reviews are great. The writing is even better. But, that’s not why so many people are talking about The Xactilias Project, a stunning literary thriller by RJ Lawrence, available in paperback and for Kindle at Amazon.

“In my opinion, it’s the best book of the year without a doubt,” says Ronald J. Bushwell of the HBC Literary Review. “The story is a roller-coaster ride, and the characters are great. The dialogue, the writing. It’s all first-rate.”

The Candid Book Review’s Sarah McDaniels agrees, calling The Xactilias Project fresh and inspired.

“We’re talking about a very unique story at a time when every book seems to be a rip off of something else,” McDaniels says. “This book is special for a lot of reasons. It’s entertaining as hell. It’s really well written, and it sticks with you long after you’ve finished reading.”


Released two months ago, The Xactilias Project didn’t land on store shelves with much fanfare. In fact, it went relatively unnoticed for the first few weeks. Then, huge interest began filtering through the literary community, as readers started buzzing about this original, stimulating tale about a genius named Claire Foley who finds herself swept up in a uniquely terrifying situation.

If you think the story sounds basic, prepare to have your doors blown off: Somewhere in the shadows, a mysterious organization manipulates Claire’s every move until she finds herself in their employ. That’s when things really get delightfully strange, and soon readers are turning pages furiously to see if this empathetic figure can use her incredible wits to escape her predicament.

“One of the great things about this book is its ability to merge great writing and literary merit with good old-fashioned commercial entertainment,” says Lois McGinty of The Best Books Journal. “Right now with only a month left in the year, I have The Xactilias Project at the top of my recommendation’s list, because it’s intelligent, a bit nerve-wracking and a whole lot of fun.”

Kindle Books: Amazon Has Discounted a Big-time Thriller

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Famous for its many unannounced sales, Amazon has lived up to its reputation by offering a 50% discount on one of the year’s most anticipated thrillers.

Widely praised for its unique and suspenseful story, The Xactilias Project had already been one of the hottest sellers on Amazon. Now, it’s getting even more interest, thanks to the unannounced price reduction, which has sent countless readers scrambling to take advantage.


“This is a uniquely intriguing thriller with surprises around every corner,” says Sarah McDaniels of The Candid Book Review. “From the incredible opening line to the pulse-pounding finish, each chapter sucks readers deeper and deeper into a spell-binding world, filled with mystery, danger and one surprising revelation after another.”

The HBC Literary Review’s Ronald J. Bushwell agrees, calling the book a “thrilling, suspenseful and unforgettable.”

It all starts with Claire Foley, a fascinating genius who spends her days working in the safe confines of a university research facility. Somewhere in the shadows, a mysterious organization has watched her from afar. When the time is right, the organization begins manipulating Claire’s every move until she finds herself in their employ. That’s when things really get delightfully strange, and soon readers are turning pages feverishly to see if this compelling figure can use her incredible talents to escape her predicament.

“One of the great things about this book is its ability to merge great writing and literary merit with good old-fashioned commercial entertainment,” says Lois McGinty of The Best Books Journal. “Right now, I have The Xactilias Project at the top of my recommendation’s list, because it’s intelligent, a bit nerve-wracking and a whole lot of fun.”

Kindle Book Review: The Xactilias Project is Here (Finally!)

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Advertorial by Sarah McDaniels

Long anticipated, The Xactilias Project has finally arrived at Amazon, and it was well worth the wait.

In short, this uniquely intriguing thriller is an immersive, very well-written roller-coaster ride with surprises around every corner.

From the incredible opening line (“Have you noticed any insects behaving strangely? … Avoiding you perhaps?”) to the pulse-pounding finish, each chapter sucks readers deeper and deeper into a spell-binding world, filled with mystery, danger and one surprising revelation after another.


It all starts with Claire Foley, a fascinating genius who spends her days working in the safe confines of a university research facility. Somewhere in the shadows, a mysterious organization has watched her from afar. When the time is right, the organization begins manipulating Claire’s every move until she finds herself in their employ. That’s when things really get delightfully strange, and soon readers are turning pages feverishly to see if this compelling figure can use her incredible talents to escape her predicament.

On sale for half-price in digital format at Amazon, The Xactilias Project is also available in audio and print. If you’re looking for a game-changer for your weekend reading list, this is the book for you.

Popular Book Getting a Sequel, and Fans Are Thrilled

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A genius … a mysterious organization … and a dark plot to change the world.

Since it first hit bookstores, The Xactilias Project has been blowing people’s minds with its thrilling story and shocking plot. Now, fans are freaking out in response to news that a sequel is on the way.


With an ever-growing fan base, The Xactilias Project has earned considerable praise from critics, such as the Best Book Journal’s Lois McGinty, who calls the book “tense, fascinating and beautifully written.” Now, like countless other readers, McGinty is eagerly anticipating the arrival of the sequel.

“The first book was really a classic thriller,” says McGinty. “It’s no wonder so many people are excited about a part two. You can count me right along with them.”

Ronald J. Bushwell of the HBC Literary Review agrees, calling the news a really big announcement.

“Although there were rumors that a sequel would be made, no one knew for sure,” he said. “The first book was thrilling, suspenseful and unforgettable. So, we’re all very interested to see what comes next.”

While he hasn’t announced an official title or release date, author RJ Lawrence has hinted that fans can expect to see The Xactilias Project sequel sometime this summer.

Amazon Is Giving Away a Top Book for Half it’s Usual Price

Advertorial by Paul A. Achoa

100You usually have to pay a premium for first-rate fiction. Recently, however, countless readers were pleasantly shocked to see one of the year’s top thrillers go on sale for half it’s usual price.

“The Best Book of the Year”

Widely praised for its unique and suspenseful story, The Xactilias Project had already been one of the hottest sellers on Amazon. Now, it’s getting even more interest, thanks to the unannounced price reduction, which has sent countless readers scrambling to take advantage.


“In my opinion, it’s the best book of the year without a doubt,” says Ronald J. Bushwell of the HBC Literary Review. “The story is a roller-coaster ride, and the characters are great. The dialogue, the writing. It’s all first-rate.”

The Candid Book Review’s Sarah McDaniels agrees, calling The Xactilias Project fresh and inspired.

“We’re talking about a very unique story at a time when every book seems to be a rip off of something else,” McDaniels says. “This book is special for a lot of reasons. It’s entertaining as hell. It’s really well written, and it sticks with you long after you’ve finished reading.”

Released two months ago, The Xactilias Project didn’t land on store shelves with much fanfare. In fact, it went relatively unnoticed for the first few weeks. Then, huge interest began filtering through the literary community, as readers started buzzing about this original, stimulating tale about a genius named Claire Foley who finds herself swept up in a uniquely terrifying situation.


If you think the story sounds basic, prepare to have your doors blown off: Somewhere in the shadows, a mysterious organization manipulates Claire’s every move until she finds herself in their employ. That’s when things really get delightfully strange, and soon readers are turning pages furiously to see if this empathetic figure can use her incredible wits to escape her predicament.

“One of the great things about this book is its ability to merge great writing and literary merit with good old-fashioned commercial entertainment,” says Lois McGinty of The Best Books Journal. “Right now with only a month left in the year, I have The Xactilias Project at the top of my recommendation’s list, because it’s intelligent, a bit nerve-wracking and a whole lot of fun.”