Keene, NH, March 02, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Chevalier Editions, an independent publisher releases a controversial work of serious fiction.
The Mad Days of Me: Escaping Barcelona ( 172 pp., $14.99PB and $ 27.99 HC) offers a controversial view of the city not found in any tourists guide. Martin's first novel is a story of courage, dignity, and the power of human will to survive not only against the odds, but against humanity's darkest nemesis: itself.
Chevalier Editions, www.chevaliereditions.com, founded in April 2006, strives to become a press that readers of fiction, poetry, drama, and thought provoking non-fiction will come to recognize for uncompromising editorial and authorial vision. At Chevalier Editions, it has to be about what the poet Fred Candelaria called “the thrill of enlightenment.”
Trapped in the streets of Barcelona after falling victim to a heinous crime; alone, passport stolen, unable to speak the language. For Rudy, there is only one chance for escape: patience in the face of the odds of survival being against him, while he struggles against the ravages of slow starvation and the plots and schemes of his fellow derelicts to maintain his decency and humanity. He must escape Barcelona.
About the Author
A novelist and occasional poet, Henry Martin lives with his wife and daughter in New Hampshire. Prior to leaving his corporate career to concentrate on writing full-time, he has visited a variety of countries, gaining exposure to a diversity of cultures. This experience gives him the unique perspective he applies to his writing. He is currently working on his third novel.
The Mad Days of Me: Escaping Barcelona, ISBN 978-0-6151-3884-8 Paperback, and 978-0-6151-3749-0 Hardcover, can now be ordered via Ingram Books, most major online retailers and anywhere books are sold.
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