Sorry and Morticum

Sorry and Morticum

by Charles Stoll

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BN ID: 2940153107967
Publisher: Charles Stoll
Publication date: 06/14/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 830 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Charles Stoll was born on Long Island in 1956. He won the N.C.T.E. National Award (National Council of Teachers of English) in 1973 and was granted a full scholarship to Syracuse University. He was in the Honors Program, Independent major, and studied Utopian societies, comparative religions, philosophy and psychology. He joined Phi Kappa Psi fraternity and began his writing career. In 1990, he published his first book, "Hanging in the Balance," which was reviewed favorably by The New York Times Book Review. He published "Enigma, discovering the moments that form your life" in 2014, "The Time Thief" in 2015 and "Sorry and Morticum", to be published in July 2016. All of his books portray philosophy, spirituality and sexuality as they actually exist in the present day. If you’d like to examine the moments that make you who you are, you’ll enjoy "Enigma". You may be surprised to learn it’s not just the big moments that last, but certain conversations and smaller things you’ve observed along the way. If you’d like to have a rollicking philosophical adventure with five headstrong personalities, read "The Time Thief". The cemetery scene, alone, makes the trip worthwhile. When these five personalities merge, they can end wars. But if you’d like to know what life in Daytona in the year 3022 is like, you’ll have to wait until July, 2016 for Sorry and Morticum. The rivers and oceans have all evaporated and a conscious fog now covers the land. After the Robotic, Insect and Climate Wars, many of the hidden creatures of the earth rise to the surface. Mutants, Sea Sprites, Mutmuts, Freemonkeys, Wizards, Werewolves and, yes, humans must work together to overcome surreal obstacles to recreate earth's former glory. Suspend disbelief and dive in.

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