Foreword Clarion Book Review

Paul Stein’s first novel, The Fourth Law, encompasses blood rivalry, physics, high-tech robbery, villains with schemes worthy of James Bond, and the power of family, love, God and forgiveness. Stein’s science, even that of the anti-gravity machine, appears meticulous and credible. He also creates rich, interesting backstories about the immigrant ancestors of his main characters, so the audience becomes intimately acquainted with each character. The Fourth Law marks an ambitious and mostly successful debut for this new author.