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Elements [Kindle Edition]

Solomon Deep
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Book Description

Embarking on a road trip to meet a famous television evangelist, Alan Levy drops out of college and explores the multifaceted diversity of American culture, attempting to make sense of the world around him. Elements is a novel that spans a year in the life of the ignorant and perpetually confused young man who tries to bring about changes in his world, but manages to learn only that the root causes of his alienation and loneliness are within himself. Elements explores the landscape of post-9/11 America through the eyes of this young man's experiential hopelessness and emptiness by pulling the audience along the escape Levy attempts to build for himself. Spanning one year and thousands of miles, the newly revised tenth anniversary edition of Solomon Deep's very first book remains the most prolific text delving into the stress, ignorance, and helplessness of post-9/11 Generation Y as they struggle to make sense of an America that seems to be teetering on the edge of senselessness. The Ten Year Anniversary Edition also includes a brand new introduction by the author.


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About the Author

Solomon Deep was born in 1969 in Memphis, and currently spends his time between New York and Northampton. He is best known as the creator, producer, and head writer for the weekly live radio program Fortnight. Elements was his first published novel followed by several more novels and collections produced and released by independent publishers. Deep is a dedicated writer, poet, beekeeper, gardener, actor, and traveler.

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  • File Size: 3612 KB
  • Print Length: 364 pages
  • Publisher: Perpetual Imagination; 2 edition (January 1, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00A8H0UVY
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,662,004 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Alan feels stagnated. He is tired of continuously arguing with his girlfriend, Jane, and putting up with his mother’s psychotic drug-induced ways. He decides to leave it all behind. He breaks up with Jane and heads out on a road trip to nowhere in particular. Never could he imagine the places he ends up at, or the people who enter his life.

This was an amazing journey of growth and spiritual enlightenment, and I felt like I was along for the ride. I liked the versatility of each character that Alan met. It was funny that he could see others as selfish brats, but not see himself as one. Although this had a one-year setting, to me it felt like so much longer. I enjoyed the way the story took full circle. I could tell that Alan was a totally different and wiser person after his experiences. I very much enjoyed the ride.
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Solomon Deep was born in 1969 in Memphis, and currently spends his time between New York and Northampton. He is best known as the creator, producer, and head writer for the weekly live radio program Fortnight. Elements was his first published novel followed by several novels and collections produced and released by independent publishers. Deep is a dedicated writer, poet, beekeeper, gardener, actor, and traveler.

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