Five year old Napoleon Jones is quite different from other children. It’s not solely because he’ll shortly attend one of the country’s top universities. It’s not simply because Napoleon sees the world's devastating problems and its solutions with such astounding clarity. And it’s really not just the seven plus languages that he speaks so fluently. It is, however, because of something far beyond appearances and abilities.

There are a few ways that Napoleon Jones is just like other five year olds—he has no filter and calls it like he sees it. Idiotic pronouncements of world leaders, the continuing insanity of war or the world’s failed systems (political, economic, social), Napoleon simply lays it all on the table. This, of course, has won Napoleon some very powerful enemies.

The coming of Napoleon Jones is a novel about a five year old with the clarity, commonsense and integrity, that the world so desperately needs. But is the world ready to embrace Napoleon and all that he has to offer?


Kermit Heartsong, author, publisher, and empirical scientist, has been a keen observer of the geostrategic developments of social, economic, and political systems for nearly three decades. He has written several nonfiction books—The United States of Mammon (2013), Illusions, Dystopia & Monsters (2014), and Ukraine: ZBIG’s Grand Chessboard & How the West Was Checkmated (2015), which have spoken to reality inside US Empire; wars of choice that facilitate wealth concentration, and the changing biospheric climate. Heartsong studied at the University of California Davis for his B.S.E.E with a dual major in Global Politics and a minor in Writing.





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