Sunday, 17 February 2013

Book Spotlight - Irina's Eye by H. W. Freedman

Irina's EyeIrina's Eye

Sex Energy, Spirituality, Theatre, Love

Vaclav and Irina (both 15) attempt to escape from behind the Iron Curtain. When Irina is shot Vaclav feels compelled to search for truth.

"Bohemian border with Bavaria, West Germany, 1948-- He should have known. If only he had trusted his intuition. That was the problem, telling the difference between intuition and fear, and he was not about to give into fear. There was no time; they had to flee and it had to be in that moment or they might never have another opportunity. They ran into the night." -- Vaclav and Irina, both age fifteen, flee from behind the Iron Curtain. Irina is shot in the back and falls. He goes to help her but as he takes her in his arms another bullet enters her head and at that moment she orders him "Go!". He puts her down gently and runs. He reaches West Germany, then he travels to Rome and to New York in his quest for enlightenment and freedom from the guilt that haunts him for his soulmate Irina's fate.

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About the Author
I am a playwright, theatre director, screenwriter and author.

My plays have been produced in NYC, including Off-Broadway, London, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and in Italian at the Spoleto La Mama Fringe Festival, Italy, and in Rome Italy.

My feature length screenplay, Broken Thread, was produced by Deepak Nayar (Buena Vista Social Club, Bend it Like Beckham, Bride and Prejudice).

My plays and screenplays have won awards internationally.

Irina's Eye was self-published in 2012 in paperback and in 2011 as an E-Book. You can find the book on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kindle, Nook, and iBooks.

The first draft of Irina's Eye was a semi-finalist in the 2006 William Faulkner unpublished novel competition.

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