Aging Choctaw Indian sage Kostininchi spins a fascinating tale of the past, present, and future histories of Man and Woman. He foresees a future in which the winner of the ultimate battle of the sexes takes all.
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The battle plays out in stunning point and counter-point dialog between male and female. No matter what your belief system is, you will find the dialog exchanges fascinating and compelling.
The final turning point occurs when Man teaches Woman how to clone a barking orange and a laughing Hyacinth.
Kostininchi takes the reader on a way “out-of-the-box” literary adventure in which he smoothly, effectively gets away with word, punctuation and capitalization usages that ignore establishment standards. This aspect adds to the charm of this writing gem. Few writers could pull this off.
Kostininchi is the pen name of a writer who achieved fame with a book that quickly became a Random House bestseller. He used this pen name only for Mars Descending, which he wrote during the final years of a life cut short by a tragic auto crash. The manuscript surfaced via his surviving heirs, three decades after his death.
The photo on the cover is actually of the author, who was half-Choctaw, and had planned to promote this book as Kostininchi. Sadly, he did not live long enough to carry that dream to reality. His birth name is revealed at marjimbooks.com.