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Alexander will tell you that I, Mary E.Martin, his author, have put him through harrowing times and hard questions in this trilogy and perhaps there is truth in that. His journeys are long and arduous…from London to Paris and St. Petersburg, Venice, New York and even Toronto. What  kinds of questions? Why would I pose questions impossible for any human being to answer?

Below you’ll find links to three reviews of The Trilogy of Remembrance all by Simon Barrett of Blogger News Network. So why post a photograph taken in the Lake District at the beginning of these reviews of this trilogy?

Why not…when the photograph is taken by Alexander Wainwright, Britain’s finest landscape painter AND star of The Trilogy of Remembrance? Besides being a fine landscape painter, he often finds inspiration in his photography.

In his art, he is always seeking the light which leads him to the beyond. When viewers look upon his paintings [and some of his photography], they gasp in amazement. He has the art of conveying his visions of what he perceives in other dimensions.

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Alexander Wainwright

Alexander will tell you that I, his author, have put him through harrowing times in this trilogy and perhaps there is truth in that. His journeys are long and arduous…from London to Paris and St. Petersburg, Venice, New York and even Toronto. Why would I pose questions impossible for one human being to answer and what kinds of questions might they be?

In the first novel in the trilogy, The Drawing Lesson, Alex is beset with the question–is the universe governed by mysterious and secret forces we have  yet to understand? Or is it, as his nemesis, Rinaldo, claims, that the world and everything in it, is simply a meaningless dance of molecules.

In the second novel, The Fate of Pryde, Alex must figure out how the very best and the very worst of humankind can thrive in one man’s breast? And in the third, Night Crossing, soon to be released, the question is how Alex can balance the extraordinary demands of his muse AND his need for real human love? Watch out you workaholics [of which I am one].  If that’s not enough to tantalize you, read these reviews.

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Review of The Drawing Lesson

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Jonathan Pryde whose fate is to be revealed.

Review of The Fate of Pryde 

For the cover of Night Crossing. Painting by Turner

For the cover of Night Crossing. Painting by Turner

Review of Night Crossing

 

Let me know if I have intrigued you. Alex and I sincerely hope we have! If you’d like to know more or express your thoughts on any related topic, please just leave a note in the comment box.

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