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Coeva [Kindle Edition]

Stefano Capecchi , Maurizio Verdiani , Fiorella Corbi , Maria Pia Carlucci , Prof. Duccio Trombadori
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Book Description

An acid dejà-vu. An Adam and an Eve meet in atemporal and surreal worlds and meet again in the same coeval track. They make a promise. A cunning Mouse and a ramshackle gang, formed by a poetic Vox Populi, a compulsory Fool, a sophisticated Cassandra and a spiteful Histrion, lead the protagonist Adam into the quest, obstinate and endless, of a chimerical gift. A dangerous enemy: the Tamerlane. Armies of letters against legions of numbers, refined erotism and pornography, a fair, a cat and a dog are the eye-witnesses. Parallel and initiation courses interlace in metaphysical places. The real protagonist is a noble and cyclical writing, destructured to symbols and graffiti.


Kama – The protagonist, the desired one, the man that is object of desire. He is the oneiric hero.
Vèlle – The heroine, the life mate, the woman who cross the existence activating and consuming experiences, being restored.
Algebra Overlord – A fighter, he uses overpowerings and often cruel ways. The place he dwells is an important market and a meeting place between several worlds.
Assemblea – The reason. Strauss – a machiavellian Mouse, cunning, funny, aristocratic but with a secret.
Ginger – The amusement and the thoughtlessness.
Accademia – The wisdom.
Kafkasìa – The esplorative thought, a charming woman who avances heavily in self-reflection’s network.


Parallel and initiation courses interlace in metaphysical places.


The vicissitudes are jointed in a diachronic atemporality.


The real protagonist is a noble and cyclical writing, destructured to symbols and graffiti. It is the anti-novel. A jeer, an embroidered work. An experiment on Italian language use. Written by more hands as a music album, amalgamated with an editing work. It should represent a future writing way.


The work is a contemporary allegory about facing life, living it. There are no references: they can be found everywhere to start out again and finding new ones.

Product Details

  • File Size: 229 KB
  • Print Length: 87 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007EF2NUO
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,731,763 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars ebookie . . . May 4, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
. . . I became aware of "Coeva" through one of my blogs . . . one of my followers is one of the authors of the book so I thought to give it a look . . . sort of SCIFI with strong roots in classic literature, characters, people with names like Strauss, "Kafkasia" . . . sort of a "Juliette of the Spirits" unconscious stream of thought . . . very FELLINI . . . but since the authors are Italian . . . makes sense. If you are looking for something other than werewolves, vampires, Twilight Hunger Games CRAP get this . . . $6.99 USD or you can buy some 99 cent romance trash . . .

the assassin . . . Rimbaud is DEAD . . .
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