Tales From The Motherland

Tales From The Motherland

by Ralph Clayton


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Tales From The Motherland by Ralph Clayton

This is the life of several different characters that live and die in Mother Russia. This is their story and how it all ends and begins at the same time. The Majestic Man is the magical spark that joins them all, together as one, separated as none. The story of the great, anti-hero and how it all began in The Motherland. In a basement, Mr. Pickles is struggling, his friends are slowly fading away into oblivion. Rufus the Thug is driving a black Mercedes, he's driving Construct Karl to the airport. Lian the village girl is on a journey, she's travelling on a train escaping from her past and from herself. Dima the monster is in a cell, he's in isolation eating watery porridge for breakfast. Natasha is a waitress, she works in a posh cafe in the center of the city. Mr. M.M. and Dmitry are watching her, they are all lost without direction. Project unification is the only thing that can join them all.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781522768012
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/15/2015
Pages: 204
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.43(d)

About the Author

Originally from the misty and rainy lands of the UK. At age 18 very cleverly, commenced the study of modern languages and literature at university, eventually graduating and becoming a polyglot with magical literary skills. For the next couple years, travelling and working in different countries would be an insatiable passion. Three main countries, notoriously influence my ideas and work. Japan, Russia, and Mexico. Currently, full-time expat living in Moscow, Russia. Enjoying the endless winter, and consistently working on the next project. My work can be best described as vibrant and colorful descriptions of life, with a twist. There are no boundaries that can't be crossed, the good and the bad things of reality itself. There is always something to explore and talk about.

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