FOR IMMIDIATE RELEASE April 27, 2016 | Lubbock, TX
Entanglement To Be Launched Soon
A Retelling of the Superfluous Man
a quantum tale of caution
Entanglement is set during the Great Depression following Pietas and Bloodhound, which looked at the lives of the average struggling folk of Mississippi and Oklahoma, respectively. But Entanglement is a little different. It’s set in Florida and moves to Cuba and covers a decade beginning in the late 1930s and finishing shortly after World War II. Also, the main character, Rex Monday, is quite well off, even though the times are economically strained. He is old money and part of the idle rich. He wastes his life with gambling and chasing women. But even he avoids love because it would ask too much of him.
Rex Monday takes no regard for how his actions might affect the well-being of those around him. What Rex fails to notice is that all of his self-serving deeds ruin his own life. He never realizes that all of our lives, indeed all things, are connected. When his selfishness destroys the lives of other people, he destroys his own since everything is caught up in a Universal system of Entanglement.
Neal Abbott has previously published eleven books, four non-fiction, five novels, a novella, and a children’s book. He is the Content Editor for the Creative Writing blog, A Word Fitly Spoken. Neal is working on the first draft of his next novel about a 1st century Jewish freedom fighter who hates the Romans. It’s entitles Sedition. Later this year or beginning next year Neal plans on starting a political thriller where Ayn Rand meets Norse mythology, and it’s called Ragnarok.
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Link to Neal’s Amazon Author Page: http://www.amazon.com/neal-abbott/e/B009T36LWK/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1
Link to A Word Fitly Spoken: https://nealabbott.wordpress.com
Link to Entanglement: http://www.amazon.com/Entanglement-neal-abbott/dp/1512103837?ie=UTF8&redirect=true&ref_=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_0