August 28, 2008
Witness This Enduring Series of Intriguing Events and Insights — New Book is a Collection of Four Daring Tales That Deal With Christianity and Social Norms
GREAT NECK, N.Y., Aug. 28, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Readers on the lookout for intriguing stories and radical revisions of history can look forward to the release of Mary's Delusion and the Passions of Jesus, The Angel of Death in Love, Confessions of a Nymphomaniac, The Female American Pope, an enduring collection of fictionalized insights imagined by Dominick Ricca.
This book is a daring series of re-imagined tales focused on Christian history as well as new stories that deal with the conflicts between religion and society. The first book, Mary's Delusion and the Passions of Jesus, tells daring portrayals of Jesus and the Virgin Mary. Even though she has been chosen to give birth to the Messiah, Mary remains tormented with doubt and with social norms of her time. Much later, Jesus and St. Peter talk about the essence of marriage, man's right to sex and the exceptions that come with being the Messiah. The second book, The Angel of Death in Love, follows the struggles of a young man named Ralph whose life is in disarray. In Confessions of a Nymphomaniac, readers will meet Mary Vernon who talks about the tragedy in her family that changed her life and her personality forever. The final book, The Female American Pope, explores what America would be like if women ruled the clergy all the way to the top.
Filled with in-depth characterization and a sound analysis on both religion and culture, Mary's Delusion and the Passions of Jesus, The Angel of Death in Love, Confessions of a Nymphomaniac, The Female American Pope is highly-recommended to readers with open minds as well as liberal thinkers. To order a copy of this book, be sure to visit your local bookstore or call Xlibris at 1-888-795-4274 today.
Mary's Delusion and the Passions of Jesus, The Angel of Death in Love, Confessions of a Nymphomaniac, The Female American Pope * by Dominick Ricca Publication Date: Aug. 9, 2008 Trade Paperback; $19.99; 261 pages; 978-1-4363-4813-3 Cloth Hardback; $29.99; 261 pages; 978-1-4363-4814-0
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