PANDORA’S MATRYOSHKAS (c) 2015
Beautiful women, ugly mistakes and all hell is about to break loose. The reality is twisted and the devil is back in Moscow. This great American novel is a psychological thriller about a post-911 family tragedy. Above all, it deals with the lie of the century.
The Brewers are a ‘normal’ middle-class family living in Brooklyn. Chris, a conventional man with a good job, is married to Helen, a flamboyant and ambitious businesswoman. Lisa, their only daughter, longs for her mother’s attention, whilst worrying that she just might be invisible to her. This ambivalence leaves Lisa pondering – Why do we always end up deceived? Her thoughts are dark, exciting, mysterious and make you think.
PANDORA’S MATRYOSHKAS (c) 2015
Chris feels like the first man on the moon. Here I go Neil, shoots through his head, as he traverses a few stones, and lands with one foot on the fourth stone. Every step he takes seems different than home. Bigger, more surreal. Is it because of the geometric conditions of the gigantic square, or might it be the pavement? The stones have a diameter of about eight inches, and curve up at the center. Good for soldiers’ boots, but not very suitable for high heels.
He has no idea where his strange mood has come from, but he doesn’t rule out the possibility that it’s because of the beautiful woman next to him.
“I like to come here, but it’s hard to walk in high heels on these stones,” says Anastasia when she sees him jumping around like a schoolboy. “Even I have some difficulty with it. Not particularly friendly for women, right?”
Excerpt from PANDORA’S MATRYOSHKAS – A Dominating Experience; The Devil Is Back in Moscow. Psychological Thriller / Political Satire, 320-page novel. (c) 2015. Ferdy S.G. Dumel – RAGE Marketing Publishers.
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Plato’s Analogy or Putin’s Cave?
Imagine several prisoners who have been chained up in a cave for all of their lives. They have never been outside the cave. They face a wall in the cave and they can never look at the entrance of the cave. Sometimes animals, birds, people, or other objects pass by the entrance of the cave casting a shadow on the wall inside the cave. The prisoners see the shadows on the wall and mistakenly view the shadows as reality.
However, one man breaks free from his chains and runs out of the cave. For the first time, he sees the real world and now knows that it is far beyond the shadows he had been seeing. He sees real birds and animals, not just shadows of birds and animals. This man is excited about what he sees and he goes back to his fellow prisoners in the cave to tell them about the real world. But to his astonishment, they don’t believe him. In fact, they are angry with him. They say the shadows are reality and that the escaped prisoner is crazy for saying otherwise.
How do I get inspired? And how does one become a bestseller author? Well, I’ve read some books, followed the news of the world (very tedious) and gave some years of my life. Others might say, I’ve dedicated myself to my muse. Well, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, isn’t it? For once, like other pictures, the picture inspired me to while writing Pandora’s matryoshkas.