|Author||: Neil Baker|
|Total Pages||: 148|
|ISBN 10||: 9781546263159|
|ISBN 13||: 1546263152|
|Language||: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL|
In the transition between childhood and adulthood, there is a journey that all human beings must undertake in order to discover the essence of change. The novelette Redemption explores the very shadowy region wherein one’s identity is replaced by elements unfamiliar, mysterious, and alluring to the consciousness of oneself, where the shedding of pseudo security is replaced by the perplexity of instinctual discovery. Existence begins in the middle of a great dilemma that serves as the driving force of the two-act play, Sanctus. Three castoffs fall into a verbal battle of wits as they struggle to find the purpose behind their desolation. In exchanges of dialogue that consist of absurdity and pathos, each character combats one another with unique interpretations of the crisis at hand in order to reach the sound conclusion: Does death involve rebirth?