Interlaced Histories

Interlaced Histories : The Ways Which Define Our Life

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Description

The ways which permeate our life generally seems uncertain, confused, mishaps and missteps. But in fact, the greatest success stories are full of crooked, prickly and unexpected surprises that together shape us, weaken us and drop us until we reach our destination. Interlaced Histories tells the story of Pablo, a 40 year architect who, on vacation, finds unknown ways of his life which connect and direct him to a new destination not even expected. He meets Francoa, a romance that comes suddenly through dramas and suspenses which are established in their ways, surprising all the characters. Their stories are crossed and interconnected, defining how and where they can get."show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 116 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 6mm | 145g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508691347
  • 9781508691341

About Alexander Magnus

Alexander Magnus, writer and poet Brazilian, born in Sao Paulo, develops fictitious works based in histories and experiences of life, aggregating art, unique style, drama, comedy and suspense, paraphrasing and interpreting the life. He has a simplistic and straight vision, sometimes enigmatic, what it becomes the reading pleasurable and easy, but with a touch of suspense and curiosity that captives the reader to want deepen more and more in the ways addressed by the book. His works are indicated for readers that seek a dynamic and easy reading, incendiary and compelling, a passes pleasurable time, an adventure stimulating the imagination and creativity from stories and histories of life, from day by day of the people, from time being funny, dramatic moments, romantic moments. Finally, Alexander Magnus expects to awake in his readers the will and facility of reading as a moment of relaxation and distraction, as well helping in any way, with vivid examples, to walking without restrict steps, leaving the life guides them for certain and/or uncertain ways, following their own choices."show more