The Stone Lotus is now available worldwide in Spanish

The Stone Lotus is now officially available in Spanish for sale on the main digital platforms: Amazon Kindle, Google Play Books, Apple Books and Kobo, as well as on paperback through Amazon. Starting today, readers from all over the world will be able to access this fast-paced thriller of suspense and action, to follow in the footsteps of intelligence officer Carla Romero, in her search for the truth of an intriguing family mystery that will connect Spain and Vietnam, from the war to the present.

The official launch follows a successful pre-order campaign in October 2022, in which participating readers managed to snag an exclusive limited numbered edition with their names printed. It has not been even a week since the copies of this campaign began to arrive and during these days many readers have shared photos of their books, as well as unboxing videos upon receiving them and, even, those who have already finished reading and shared your excellent opinions.


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With The Stone Lotus, the author Xavier Marcé seeks to reach a wider audience, passionate about thrillers, after reaching nearly 130,000 readers with his fantastic fiction saga of Mark of Odin.

“The Stone Lotus was born as a vital project and a personal challenge after living in Vietnam for several months in 2022,” said Xavier Marcé. “I seek not only to offer a fast-paced story that entertains and intrigues, but also to serve as a bridge through which readers can fall in love with Vietnam and its people.”

Below you have all the options and platforms where you can acquire The Stone Lotus.

Get the paperback edition on:


Get the ebook edition on:

Mark of Odin Store (soon)
Amazon Kindle
Google Play Books
Apple Books

Get the Audiobook edition on:

Google Play Books
Kobo (soon)

After this worldwide launch of The Stone Lotus, we face the coming months with the clear objective of reaching the maximum number of readers possible and making the book and intellectual property known. We hope that this novel can expand to more languages and markets, as well as make the leap to the big screen.

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