Strange Love in America

Strange Love in America

by JC Howell

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Overview

Antonio Dasein has a special vision for freedom and ability to experience pure sensory consciousness—Sentio.

Nothing matters more to him than delivering Sentio to the masses, thereby freeing their attention from enslavement to untruthful language-thinking consciousness and its altered sensory.

Raised by the Sisters of Freedom at the orphanage Essence in the mountains of Andorra, the brilliant, innocent, virgin Antonio follows his vision for freedom to Harvard Medical School.

Arriving in “pre-1984” America, he falls in love with an angel, a third-year resident, Dr. Linda Hedrick, who’s also a sensory research fellow studying intimate touch and memory with Harvard’s famous consciousness investigator, Dr. Solomon Sol.

Linda shares a powerful form of love with Antonio dramatically increasing his Sentio sensitivity, giving him a clue.

Seeing the beginnings of a way to deliver the citizens, Antonio races to join Dr. Sol’s team, hoping to harness love and deploy it to free the masses.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780999283967
Publisher: SDP Publishing Solutions, LLC
Publication date: 04/21/2018
Pages: 318
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.71(d)

About the Author

JC Howell is a new author who writes with a postmodern style and Romantic view exploring the nature of being, love, and freedom. Sentio was his debut novel. Born in America on January 15, 1958, he received his undergraduate education at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga, completed medical school in Baltimore at the University of Maryland in 1984, and finished his medical residency at the University Hospital in 1987. For most of his life, he has studied, taught, and practiced medicine. Five years ago he began a writing career. Strange Love in America brings his story home, where he's at the top of his game. His thread about love and its connection to greater freedom for all continues in Beyond Hedonism.

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