Stolen in Paris: The Lost Chronicles hits home with the teenage genius search for truth in all of us.
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"Presenting the theory of Paul B. du Chaillu, an eminent ethnologist and explorer, that the Eglish-shpeaking people of today are descended from the Scadinavians rather than the Teutons – from the Normans rather than the Germans. Followed by an alphabeical series of Norse,Norman,and Anglo-Norman, or Non-Saxon surnames.First published in1906.
Ernest Hemingway's first wife lost a suitcase full of prized manuscripts on a trip home from Paris. These missing stories were never to be seen again. Who knows what literary classics that suitcase may have contained?
In the imagination of this author have been found those missing memoirs—a series of twelve exciting adventures, with more to come, found by way of "biographic fantasy noir." "The Lost Chronicles of Young Ernest Hemingway" unveil his earliest, most fascinating adventure stories, and monologues read like eaves-dropping while he unloads in his priest's confessional booth.The author imagines what the childhood and teenage life of Ernest Hemingway in Petoskey must have been like.
This stylish series of young adult novels reveals literary merit, fine design, and strong kid-relevance. Filled with unbridled Victorian romance, adventure, betrayal, parent-sibling drama, and tribal temptations tastefully presented like a cathartic, primal glimpse into one, very troubled, sub-conscious.
History comes alive in these historical adventure stories!
"The Lost Chronicles of Young Ernest Hemingway" is indeed the perfect platform on which to expose those early, deeply gnarled roots of America's most analyzed, literary bad boy.