Arthur Koestler, the notable twentieth century playwright said, Nothing is more sad than the death of an illusion.q Carl Douglass, neurosurgeon turned author, writes with gripping realism about the point in Garven Wilsonhulme, M.D., F.A.C.S's life when he turns the hopes and aspirations of his family, friends, colleagues, and opponents into illusions. In so doing, he realizes that he has become both The Vulture and The Phoenix in his own life. He scrambles to the heights of fame, prestige, riches, and cruelty. There, he meets a wall of opposition and begins the final great fight of his complicated life and career. What he does will surprise and amaze you. This is the finale of the successful Saga of a Neurosurgeon series.qJenny liked the fast life of New York and Paris that her modeling career provided. She had landed two bit ... could not or would not make the effort to go out and meet the glitterati who could further her fledgling career. She became bored with anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Vulture and the Phoenix|
|Publisher||:||Publication Consultants - 2014-11-04|