A Thorn in Your Skull : Nothing Is Ever as It Seems
Sabrina, a seemingly ordinary, middle class mother and housewife, Edoardo, a spoilt rich kid, Elisabetta, a high - flying lawyer, Antonio, an unemployed Sicilian who still lives with his parents and Giovanni, a serial womaniser. Five people whose lives are already written, until they unexpectedly intersect with a mysterious tramp with a dark past. A tramp whose presence will thrust them into the world of NLP, personal development and coaching. They think they know themselves, but gradually discover that what they thought they knew was only the surface of their own existence. As life forces them to delve into their pasts and their own identities, they discover surprising and unexpected aspects, in this psychological thriller which leads them towards an epilogue that answers all the questions of the soul. "Nothing is ever as it seems." Even a man dressed in filthy, rags can be an exceptional life coach. The initial meeting with the tramp leads to a change in direction for each of them. A change which will cost them all dearly, but will lead them into their interior world, that obscure but central dimension, dominated by the mind and by emotions. A change which will make them see their lives through different eyes, a change that is always possible because, "If someone else has done it, you can do it, too." A novel in which the stories of the main characters are imbued with the values of the world of PNL, personal development and coaching, that have been so successful all over the world. This book will take you on a journey inside yourself, as you compare your own inner world with the archetypes of these characters and their own personal dynamics. Along with the characters, you will be taken on a journey full of surprises and unexpected encounters, that will make you understand that "you're worth much more than this." Not only a coming-of-age story, but a real personal-growth book that will make it easier to understand NLP and its concepts.
- Paperback | 176 pages
- 152 x 229 x 10mm | 268g
- 15 Dec 2017
- Independently Published
- Illustrations, black and white