Book: THE CITY OF THE GUARDIAN ANGELS (Astralia Wisdom Works Collection) by Piero A. La Francacategories: Book, Philosophy, Mind, Body, Spirit, Environment, Psycology, Children, Fiction
Piero A. La Francaabout this book: "The City of the Guardian Angels" is a tale set in a modern metropolis or large town that highlights basic issues that nowadays negatively affect the world.
Its main themes are the environmental degradation caused by the excesses of the "Use and throw away" consumers' society, and the social isolation and feeling of hopelessness that some of those who live in big cities, such as the homeless and the marginalized experience.
Within its context its two main characters represent the left and the right side of the human brain, a characteristic that in any person can lead to harmony or conflict and confusion.
This story was born by my many years spent in large cities and like: "The Cat That Became a Footballer" that I published on kindle and all my following ones that I will publish it uses allegory, imagination and humour in order to deliver its messages or inner core philosophy.
All summed up it's a pleasant and enlightening book that offers plenty food for thought to people of all reading ages.
Due to the simplicity of the characters and the mode of the narrative this story can easily be made into an entertaining and educational animated film or even a theatre play. I hope that such possibility one day will arise.
Piero. A La Franca.
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