Reviews of Alex Marcoux’s Books

“I LOVED The Unsuspected Heroes. It spoke to my heart as a parent of a multidimensional Autist. It would have helped me with my daughter during her childhood years. Beautiful insights and a means to open (to) a new perspective of ‘autism.’ We have a responsibility to co-create a radically new reality based on the Law of One … these Autists are here to facilitate. Easy to read and EXCITING! Read it with an open mind and heart. I excitedly await the next installment!” Learn More >

Susan Oros, Autist Luminary Ascension Guide, contributing author to "Evolutionary Healer"

“Alex is A MASTER STORYTELLER! The Unsuspected Heroes is an epic fairy tale revealing a true-to-life side of autism that few have experienced. One may even wonder, ‘could this be true?’” Learn More >

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Lyrica Marquez, Nonspeaking Autistic Mystic, Co-Author of "Autism to Ascension" and "AWEtizm"

"FASTEN YOUR SEATBELT and prepare for a wild ride. In A Matter of Degrees, Alex Marcoux has brilliantly twisted religion, Freemasonry, reincarnation, and Egyptian mysticism into a rollercoaster ride of suspense. Think you know what will happen next? Think again!"

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Lisa Gardner, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author

"In A Matter of Degrees, author Alex Marcoux—who has been called the "lesbian Dan Brown"— trumps The Da Vinci Code because she doesn't just take on the Vatican and the Sacred Feminine, but builds on the anti-Biblical and the seemingly interconnected world of fraternal organizations, including the oldest and largest: the Freemasons... Marcoux does a brilliant job of snagging even the most reluctant reader in the intrigue, in ancient myths and history, in the grand-conspiracy theory of world control that, even after nearly 300 pages, you hate to have her wrap up."

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JoAnne Myers, Inside Out Hudson Valley,

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