Two stories exploring the different aspects of social torment and dislocation as these two men try to interpret the philosophical points of existence.
In the first part of this exploratory book one man is driven to extremes as he takes in and interprets the environment he is raised in. Influences such as mass media, war and a socially disinterested population push this sensitive boy to find his way through life a bit differently than most other people who play it safe.
The book resonates a deep philosophical question that has to be addressed in this day and age more so than ever. Where are we,as a populous, heading and are we teaching our children the right lessons.
The second part of this book, while still dealing with social dislocation albeit from a different standpoint, focuses on a man who has turned his back on society and seeks acceptance from that one thing that we all were born from. Water.
Can he find solace and peace in the powerful embrace of the ocean?
The Civil unrest is a think piece. One that should make you question.
"The Civil Unrest reads like a deep philosophical work in classical literature. "
"Thought provoking and emotionally deep."
Read it and make up your own mind.