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Massive Black Hole by [Barbosa, Andrea]
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"...Engaging work of literary fiction based around the intertwining lives of three female friends in New York. The massive black hole of the title is a reference to the Pseudo-Bosch painting Christ's Descent into Hell which is a major motif in the story.  The author cites fellow Brazilian author Paulo Coelho as a major influence and it is evident in this novel with its narrative that wanders from the sacred to the mundane to the highly figurative." - Mercia McMahon, writer

"Takes the reader into the minds and lives of two shallow, bitter, evil-minded women whose attitudes send them spiraling towards their own destruction, leaving pain and suffering in their wake. It is nearly impossible to really like either of these two women- they are nasty, cruel, bitter, shallow people who seem to go out of their way to make themselves unlikeable, but at the same time Barbosa does a masterful job of drawing her readers into these characters and their lives, making them real people, not caricatures, women who had choices and could have become someone better." - OnlineBookClub.org

"As a former crisis/school counselor, this was a great book for me to read. Homeless & transients can be quite challenging to work with. Great story line, kind of a psychological thriller, quite a few unexpected twist/turns, never a dull moment & great characters. Might even make a great movie. I ended up giving it a rating of 5 stars." - Tony Parsons MSW

"Barbosa's contemporary fiction novel is sometimes reminiscent of Jean-Paul Sartre's existentialist play, No Exit. This is a dark and unsettling novel filled with contradictions and the ever-present abyss.
Massive Black Hole gives the reader lots to think about." - Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite

About the Author

When not writing or working her full-time job, Andrea Barbosa travels in search of history, museums, and adventures. She has published three novels and a poetry collection, and her short stories have appeared in several anthologies and in the Southern Pacific Review.

Her poetry collection, Holes in Space, won the 2015 Reader's Favorite Silver Medal and her flash fiction piece, The Queen of Carnival, won the 2016 Spider's Web Prize from Spider Road Press. She has earned other accolades in short story and flash fiction.

Andrea also writes award-winning romance under the pseudonym Andrya Bailey, and she's working on a contemporary romance trilogy that takes place in Houston, TX and Greece.

She currently serves as VP and Press Director for the Houston Writers' Guild and as Flash Fiction editor for The Ocotillo Review Literary Journal.

She has been as a guest speaker at Houston Writers' Guild's writing conferences and workshops, Houston Baptist University's Writers Conference, Lone Star College's Bayou City Book Festival, Fort Bend County Libraries Book Festival, Maud Marks library, and is a regular guest author at Comicpalooza's (Texas' largest pop culture event) Literary Track.

Awards:
2015 Readers' Favorite Silver Medal Award - Poetry: Holes in Space - A Poetry Collection
2015 Honorable Mention Award - Spider's Web Flash Fiction Contest from Spider Road Press for "Because the Sky is Blue"
2015 Honorable Mention Award - Houston Writers Guild Contest from Houston Writers Guild Press' Mystery Short Stories.
2016 First Place Award - Spider's Web Flash Fiction Contest from Spider Road Press for "The Queen of Carnival"
2016 Solo Medalist Winner in Contemporary Romance - New Apple Literary Book Awards for the novel Olympian Passion

For more of her writing, follow her:
Blog: massiveblackholenovel.blogspot.com/

Follow her on twitter - @andyb0810

Product details

  • File Size: 629 KB
  • Print Length: 241 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 148487532X
  • Publisher: The Lonely Poet Publishing House; 2 edition (November 26, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 26, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FKJK9S4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,366,512 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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