Atlanta, GA, April 24, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- A young American, Paul Scudery, travels to London to study in 1956. It is a year filled with intense experiences. Angered by the Soviet invasion of Hungary, Paul storms the Russian Embassy, and then blows up the Daily Worker building. The American Embassy asks him to join and then spy on the Communist party and when he does, he encounters an enchanting young woman there. He travels to Vienna to assist refugees from Hungary. But did he, in fact, have these experiences?
Others who were present say that he did not. As a result, Paul suffers an acute identity crisis. A local doctor speculates that perhaps he is living in an alternate universe. At the end of the year, Paul returns to the States on the Queen Elizabeth where he undergoes perhaps the most unusual experience of all....if in fact, it happened.
Will the truth be his reality?
I Think I Went to London is available in both print and ebook formats.
I Think I Went To London
Author: Ernest Pick
Published: December 2012
About The Author:
Ernest Pick was born in Prague and came to the US as a refugee. He has lived in London and in several cities of France. He has had many unusual experiences with women which he hopes happened. Ernest writes often about the nature of reality, that it may appear as one thing to one person, while totally different to another. He is presently writing another novel to be set in Painesville, Ohio and Salamanca, Spain.
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