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- DescriptionA bipolar scientist tells the story of his best friend, an atheist avant-garde composer, who has to negotiate with the devil on his grandmother's soul sale. The 99-year-old woman managed to do the unthinkable and tricked the devil when she sold him her soul. In order for the transaction to be completed, the devil has to negotiate with the keeper of that soul, her grandson Bartholomew (Barto) Marshal. By doing so the young composer gains access to the secret of the elements. His mind ages one million years and through music and mathematics he envisions the evolution of humanity. During the revelation of the secret, our hero bends time and space, travels through parallel universes and discovers a new method of communication. He is, however, the catalyst in a rather comic-tragic war of religious corporations, fighting to maximize their resources and market share by attempting to put each other out of business. Will satan rule the cosmos? Will humanity achieve techlogical and biological immortality? Is god physically threatened?
- Author BiographyChristos Tsotsos was born in Agrinio, Greece in 1978. He spent his early life in Pireus, Athens and then moved to live, study and work in the UK. He studied Mechanical Engineering and worked in the broader Yorkshire area both in Academia and Industry. Since summer 2007 he lives in Nicosia, Cyprus where he works at the University of Cyprus as a research associate. 'The secret of the elements' is his debut novel.
- Author(s)Christos Tsotsos
- PublisherArmida Publications Ltd
- Date of Publication09/01/2012
- SubjectGeneral & Literary Fiction
- Place of PublicationNicosia
- Country of PublicationCyprus
- ImprintArmida Publications Ltd
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight254 g
- Width148 mm
- Height210 mm
- Spine10 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)
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