Even as a child, Landyn Lastman had always dreamt of falling in love and a love that lasts forever, a belief that holds him together which he calls the passion particle, however his search for love ultimately leads him to California State Prison for five years.
On the last night of his incarceration and upon the urging of his cellmate, he reluctantly agrees to share his story to prove he was wrongly imprisoned. As he reveals his childhood dreams, triumphs, heartaches, and the once in a lifetime love he could never forget, his story takes a sudden turn and a life all its own that not even the story teller himself could be prepared for, as he becomes a part of the greatest love story that could ever be told.
The ultimate truth
The ultimate hope
The ultimate love
The Passion Particle
It lies within us all.
Wikepedia reveals every detail of TM's past and prompts the twelve students to consider the best way to discuss life with this amazing person; or should they just eat, drink and question him.
But Conrad Cox has his own plans for his meeting with the twelve.
"Love Is What Will Make an Immortal Die", the follow up to "Dawn" and the story of the man. How has he been? How will he be? How was he ever? "Waiting for Godotal", waiting for salvation, happiness, the answer to the meaning of life. Does Godotal show this night? Well, I won't give that away but there may be an appearance by Oscar the Grouch. "Future Uncertain, Self-sedition, No Reason, Rhyme, Trapped Within the Demise of Time", what would you do if you were a 98 year old man thrown back in time to encounter a younger version of himself, thrust into an entirely nonsensical sequence of events? Would you consider the John Smith way? By the renowned John Smith. The book ends with a mystery, "The Mystery of the Missing Dead". The book will be free at Amazon August 20-21
Esta historia empieza en el consultorio de un psicólogo, en una ciudad grande. El protagonista de nuestra historia esta acostado sobre el diván del consultorio, y listo para empezar la sesión de terapia de ese día. Es un paciente un poco especial. No hecho de carne y hueso, pero de páginas, páginas y páginas... de papel. ¿Lo han adivinado? Si, se trata de un libro. Con tantos problemas psicológicos que páginas tiene. Este libro se llama “Book”. Book es padre de familia y profesional. Y “las varias caras de” su vida son una gran preocupación, tirado entre sus problemas personales y profesionales. En su vida privada, tiene relaciones complicadas con su mujer, una elegante revista de moda llamada “Vogue”. Y con su hija adolescente y rebelde, “Popstar”, una revista de música pop. En su vida profesional, con su autoritario jefe “Time”, una revista al igual que las demás, pero de actualidad.
This story begins at a psychologist's office in a big city. The story's main character is laying down on the office divan, and ready for the therapy session of the day. Book is a father and a professional. And the many aspects of his life worry him a lot, pulled between his personal and profesional problems. In his private life, he has a complicated personal relationship with his wife, an elegant fashion magazine called “Vogue”. And with his rebellious teenage daughter “Popstar”, a pop music magazine. On the profesional side, with his bossy boss “Time”, a news magazine...
this is the first short story on a planned series that will tell the life tale of felix july, a bastard boy living in modern america colorado. despite trying to be his own person, felix might just have to fight off more than his own self confidence, like the destinies that society, family, and loved ones slowly but surely smother us into. he want's to be his own man, he just might not know it yet.
It is a novel, in unconventional form. The main focus of the book is social commentary, world events, religion, other societal monstrosities, targets hard and soft, main focus readily apparent but no one is exempt. Fair and balanced? That would actually be an accurate interpretation, but tearing everything down in that approach. Later in the novel are short stories that diverge from social commentary. But are there any out there who can argue, tis it not "What a Wonderful World"? Whatever, it is what it is.
When cleaning out the evidence locker a the country Sheriff;s office, some clothing form a homicide victim from thirty five years ago, is found and sent to the lab for DNA testing. As a result of the DNA testing, Mr.David Sanderson, now fifty-three, is arrested and charged with first degree murder.
What appears to be an ordinary case fires off in all directions and the muddled mess results in a stunning conclusion.
There is something extremely odd about Farrah Faith that has some convinced that not only is she a killer in diaphanous dresses but also a hypnotist with powers to give ironclad post-hypnotic suggestions.
Meanwhile, she has recruited and trained her Magnificent Twelve into a fearsome force.