TESTIMONIALS AND EARLY PRAISE FOR "PIERCING THE VEIL."
imagery of Wentz’ style combines with nuance and layered story
telling in ways that I
found compelling. I was riveted from the very beginning.
He poses questions that compel answers even when we must grope
in the dark for them.
Wu, Analyst, (Dept. of State, retired)
is a most captivating adventure story. It is as much an exaltation
of the ancestors of
humanity who compelled us to strive for greater purpose
in our lives as it is about dangers of ignoring the evils of society.
Wentz lifts the veil on
forgotten stories, forgotten legacies, and forgotten perils.
He demonstrates that the past is a constant presence that prods
the good to do their
Darius, formerly of British Consulate, Dubai
book should make certain people feel uncomfortable while making
the rest of us glad we are not one of his targets.
Wentz takes his pen, dips it in poison, and stabs with it repeatedly. As
a retired soldier and author of several books myself, I am reminded that
some people construe sharp pens for the pointy end of a spear. Lord have
breadth of knowledge in a variety of fields that it took to write this
book is staggering.
Wentz is obviously an experienced professional, quite
possibly, in several fields.
Sparkling, funny, and
exquisitely entertaining. This is a great book for those who enjoy
intrigue and the beauty of the written word. This is a book for people who like to read.
Hague, Dept. of English, American University
found more truths and insights in Wentz’ book about the personalities
that create problems and solutions in the world than in all the factoids
posing as journalism.
D. (USN, retired)
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