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WICKED CLONE or how to deal with the evil

WICKED CLONE or how to deal with the evil

by Mihaela Modorcea

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"Wicked Clone or how to deal with the evil," a cinema novel by Mihaela Modorcea, is a healing fairy tale about life without ending and youth without aging.
Based on a true story with fairy tale elements of the traditional Transylvanian folklore and with a theme related to Goethe's "Faust," Ibsen's "Peer Gynt," Dante's "Divine Comedy," "Wicked Clone" is the fabulous journey of identical twin sisters Mihaela and Gabriela born in Transylvania in 1483, now living in New York City.
It is the story of each of us who are fighting our wicked clone, each of us who are trying to escape our fears and rise to our true Soul.
The "Wicked Clone" cinema novel contains 25 timeless songs that go hand in hand with the storyline, and various miraculous Transylvanian cures and rituals for treating the Evil.
Characters such as God, Lucifer, Vlad the Impaler, Prince Charles, Shakespeare, Elizabeth I, the Lumière Brothers, President Obama, the greatest actress of the City of Stars, Mommy Doll, Rommy Horse, the Bee-Friend...are engaged in finding the weapons to deal with the evil throughout a magical cinematic whirlwind filled with thrilling conflicts, innocence and grandeur.
A cinematic epopee about a great thirst of fulfillment through Love, the "Wicked Clone" novel combines the realism with the fantastic, the poetical with the dramatic, the mythological with the modern, written with a powerful, heartfelt, fresh and free voice that feeds the reader's mind and soul.
"Wicked Clone" is not only a book that captures the reader into a story of rebirth, but it is a novel that, like The Bible, changes the heart, possessing a spirit that enlightens and transforms and has the reader reach their higher self.
"Wicked Clone or how to deal with the evil" is also available in paperback book format, autographed with love by the author on, Mihaela and Gabriela's (aka Indiggo Twins) official website.

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BN ID: 2940157691943
Publication date: 04/08/2016
Series: WICKED CLONE , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 544
File size: 15 MB
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About the Author

Mihaela Modorcea is an American Romanian-born actress, writer, singer, songwriter, dancer, and painter. She graduated with honors from the National University of Theatrical Arts & Cinematography in Bucharest, having played, along with her identical twin sister Gabriela, the lead part in the award-winning musical "The Two Orphans," Bucharest, 2006.
Mihaela and Gabriela’s roots are in Transylvania. Gabriela is the Wicked Clone who has inspired Mihaela to write the "Wicked Clone" novel that holds not only words of Life, but music, paintings, Lucifer and God.
For the first time the heroes of a novel are heroes in real life, attempting to change the world just like the characters are trying to.
“It is not easy to deal with our wicked clone, but once we find the way and walk through it, we catch Happiness’ right hand, and She will never let us leave her land.” Mihaela states.
Mihaela is also the author of the poetry book "Rage and Love" (2006), of the poetry book "Wicked Clone or how to get reborn" (2015) and of the cinema play "Wicked Clone or how to deal with the evil" (2015).
The play "Wicked Clone," based on Mihaela’s "Wicked Clone" novel, debuted off Broadway at the Ensemble Studio Theatre, NYC, 2011, starring Mihaela and Gabriela as authors, composers, performers and choreographers. After having seen their Wicked Clone performance, Imagem, the world’s largest music publisher, signed them on the spot.
For the "Wicked Clone" franchise, the twins have written & produced over 200 songs, 21 of which are included on the "Wicked Clone" cinematic music album.
Along with Gabriela, Mihaela is featured & credited as writer and performer on Jay-Z & Kanye West’s multi-platinum and four times Grammy award-winning album “Watch The Throne.”
In reviewing "Rage and Love," journalist Dorin Grigore wrote:
“Reading this book, it’s impossible not to ask God: Oh, Lord, who could ever rise to the love this girl offers? This divine chemistry through which rage turns into love is amazing and overwhelming.”
“Mihaela Modorcea creates a visionary landscape of ideas, full of passion, carnal force, and great power." “Mihaela Modorcea reinvents language itself, in that she looks for the ‘other’ way of naming things, as Plato said in his Cratylus dialogue.” “In Mihaela Modorcea’s verses there lies a theatricality of Shakespearean origin, an air of northern poetry, a steam from Ibsen and Strindberg; her verses are a leaven of Puck's fantasy..."

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