Imagine being born in the 20th century, but not knowing what electricity is. Or a plane, automobile, or even seeing a building taller than two stories. And then one day you are confronted with this modern world. And even more, imagine that you were raised in chaos, without the proper guidance a child needs. What would you make of your existence and the world?

An Old Black Marble is a psychological thriller about Cipiran Indre, a man born in Eastern Europe in the middle of WWII. His life is destined by the fate of his birth to be one of pain, suffering, and loss in a world with few options. Then one day, while still a young boy, he finds a little black rock with a peculiar shine. It's nothing, but he likes it, so he keeps it. Yet in no time, as one disaster flows into another, his little shiny rock becomes something else entirety turning his whole world inside out setting him on a quest that most of us do not even dare to dream of.

So if you would like to journey into a familiar world, yet one that seems beyond your reach, then join Ciprian Indre on his journey as he reaches into An Old Black Marble.

Read, enjoy, and email me your feedback whatever it may be.


Florin Nicoara


Friday, June 26, 2015

The Biker is NOW available!

Buy it NOW from Amazon
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Buy the HardCopy NOW from Createspace

    Imagine The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, sprinkle in some Mad Max, and add a dash of The Terminator; so what’cha cooking?  THE BIKER!  Oh, and I almost forgot.  The garnish.  Yes.  The Biker is garnished.  Unlike the three a fore mentioned films the Biker delivers a little more, it has that extra touch that makes the difference between a good dish and a gourmet delight.  It is not only an exciting calorie filled action desert, but a well balanced feast, consisting of a hardy amount of dramatic nutrients capable of causing even the most hardened tough guy to shed, if not a full tear, at least a half.

    Are you hungry yet?  So what am I talking about here, food, film, or an engrossing novel?  It is neither food nor film, or film in food, nor food on film, but it is definitely food for thought.  The Biker is a fast paced action filled thriller that reads more like a movie in your mind than a book in your hands.

     The action in this tale is about a mysterious lone Biker, who seems to suddenly spring forth from the desert dust, like a lost horseman from some other apocalyptic time, unleashing a murderous rampage on the outskirts of Las Vegas.   Bruce, a decorated detective, and his protégé, John, arrive on the scene and come face to face with the horrific devastation unleashed by this single man.  Both detectives make it their mission to take this mad man down, but instead, embark on a journey of personal devastation blurring the lines between good and evil, right and wrong, and beyond their most terrifying nightmares.  Who is this man that seems more powerful than anything Bruce and John have ever confronted before?

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