Synopses & Reviews
It seems too good to be true. When Pete McFadden invents his own system of fortune-telling, he doesn't really expect anyone to take it seriously. He can't imagine that it will become Hollywood's next spiritual fad. And he certainly never dreams that Horokinetics could make him famous. But it does. And when his creation becomes the battleground between a manipulative cult leader and an unscrupulous corporation, Pete learns a simple truth. If something seems too good to be true, it probably is. Stunt Road is an intelligent, cynical and above all entertaining foray into the murky world of for-profit spirituality. If you've ever raised an eyebrow at self-improvement schemes, corporate marketing mania or the general gullibility of your fellow men, then this book is a treat. And if you haven't, then it is a must-read.