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Echosis

Odin Roark

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ISBN 10: 0988704501 / ISBN 13: 9780988704503
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Paperback. 672 pages. Transcending the headlines today that suggest political and military solutions to world problems, ECHOSIS, working with the premise that everyone is creative, presents an eclectic group of characters exercising artistic expression that proves to be a potent weapon against a world populace wishing to function with independence, but feeling impotent in a growing terrorist world. As such, ECHOSIS questions the value of unbridled imagination and the consequences of its loss. The story is set in New York City, a remote island off the coast of Maine, the isle of Jamaica, and European locations of Mikonos, Greece and Lisbon, Portugal. Renowned sculptor, thirty-five-year old Derek Turrel, looks at himself and other artists around him, and finds the proliferation of mediocrity in the arts and entertainment world is more than can be ignored any longer. He sets out to create Echo Life, an independent organization of artists whose primary goal is to empower. He convinces an initial group of artists to join him on an island off the coast of Maine. There, a new paradigm for coping with the worlds chaos is initiated. Realized as an alternative to mainstream medias offerings, Echo Lifes collective approach and compelling message is realized by millions through satellite TV, radio, streaming video and interactive networking on the Internet. Millions of everyday people as well as professional actors, poets, composers, et al, evolve from being skeptics, to staunch believers in Dereks philosophyand themselves. Seeing Echo Life as a major threat to his bottom line, Stoppard Denning, the founder and CEO of OST, the worlds largest media conglomerate, sets out to destroy their existence. Even with a defiant Stoppard Denning beginning to see Echo Lifes merits as an arbiter in a war torn world, freedom of expression once again meets seemingly insurmountable tragic consequences at the hands of extremists. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. N° de ref. de la librería 9780988704503

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Título: Echosis

Encuadernación: Paperback

Condición del libro:New

Tipo de libro: Paperback

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Transcending the headlines today that suggest political and military solutions to world problems, ECHOSIS, working with the premise that “everyone is creative,” presents an eclectic group of characters exercising artistic expression that proves to be a potent weapon against a world populace wishing to function with independence, but feeling impotent in a growing terrorist world. As such, ECHOSIS questions the value of unbridled imagination and the consequences of its loss. The story is set in New York City, a remote island off the coast of Maine, the isle of Jamaica, and European locations of Mikonos, Greece and Lisbon, Portugal. Renowned sculptor, thirty-five-year old Derek Turrel, looks at himself and other artists around him, and finds the proliferation of mediocrity in the arts and entertainment world is more than can be ignored any longer. He sets out to create Echo Life, an independent organization of artists whose primary goal is to empower. He convinces an initial group of artists to join him on an island off the coast of Maine. There, a new paradigm for coping with the world’s chaos is initiated. Realized as an alternative to mainstream media’s offerings, Echo Life’s collective approach and compelling message is realized by millions through satellite TV, radio, streaming video and interactive networking on the Internet. Millions of everyday people as well as professional actors, poets, composers, et al, evolve from being skeptics, to staunch believers in Derek’s philosophy...and themselves. Seeing Echo Life as a major threat to his bottom line, Stoppard Denning, the founder and CEO of OST, the world's largest media conglomerate, sets out to destroy their existence. Even with a defiant Stoppard Denning beginning to see Echo Life’s merits as an arbiter in a war torn world, freedom of expression once again meets seemingly insurmountable tragic consequences at the hands of extremists.

About the Author:

Odin Roark is the author of numerous poetry books and the novels 3 Way Mirror and Mind Puppets. He divides his time between New York and Oregon

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