Monday, May 9, 2011

People Have To Pawn Their Minds To Survive; Two 18-Year-Old Boys Have No Other Choice But To Sell Tickets For Hereafter. Read A Free Sample Of Godonism Without Leaving Your Browser!

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The dystopian novel 'Godonism' is set in the year 159, Nebula Era - a time when people have to pawn their minds and other 'assets' in order to survive; and at the peak of decadence, the falling of the everlasting gold unexpectedly comes...

The two eighteen-year-old boys, Ahma and Jovian, have no other choice but to start selling tickets for Hereafter.

The novel 'Godonism' paves the ground of Atheism in fiction.

From the Back Cover:
Life is not a gift; life is a struggle with the others and yourself.' Theo Von Cezar

'...To a farther side, isolated in a corral, there was a mob of pugnacious furry creatures quarreling over who must be the first to knock two stones together to produce the first man-made fire on Earth, unaware that this act would be responsible for advancing their instinctual minds. 

The wretched cohort of hominids was profoundly ignored by all animals; the animals - they were in power now - were the beneficiaries of the most sophisticated minds, with which they tried to discover the equation of all times...'

Theo Von Cezar was born in 1972 in a remote Romanian village.

He never dreamed of becoming a writer. He worked as a driver for different distribution companies before deciding to become a writer.

Theo Von Cezar started writing ‘Godonism’ in the spring of 2006 and completed it four years later in 2010. A first version was given to the world on July 15 when Theo Von Cezar decided to self-publish, a second re-edited version on November 30, 2010 and a third edition on February 18, 2011.

Theo Von Cezar’s talent relies mostly on imagination, that’s why he likes to call himself not a writer but an imaginationist. Theo Von Cezar defines his style as evolutionary speculative fiction.

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