Brooklyn, NY (Vocus) May 12, 2010
An interestingly intriguing story of family, life, emotions, psychological issues, and more awaits readers as author Ludmila Chorekchan weaves the exciting tale of the two sisters whose lives lead to two fates. Looking for Happiness, Loss of the Big Money and Surviving, though set in the post-war period, is very resonant of the present time, when people still lose a lot and must fix life to how it used to be.
This fascinating story follows the life of a family whose rich family estate was left without any regret by one sister and lost between the fingers without any responsibility by another sister. Nothing bad could have happened if all the characters would only know themselves, their weaknesses, and their psychological problems. As the author weaves this story, she knits the actions of the characters in a way that readers will recognize and understand how critical psychological problems can push people to trouble and hinder success in the business and even in the family. It also portrays strong emotional factors that readers can relate to, and drives them to acknowledge wrong from right behaviors, being victims from being attackers, and losing and going down from just living and being happy.
In this novel, the author tries to display the real reasons of psychological problems, what people are usually missing, and step-by-step discovering of wrong thoughts and actions, so they would understand and be cured by these. Though the story speaks of serious matters, the author has presented them in an easy and entertaining way so readers will still find it enjoyable.
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About the Author
Ludmila Chorekchan is a Russian psychiatrist, who, together with her family, immigrated to the United States from the former USSR, because her husband, a talented specialist of Near and Middle East Art and Literature (Ph.D.), Encyclopedist, and Multilanguage Journalist, was persecuted by the Soviet authority. In the US, she worked in the Medical institutions and in private as a Psychotherapist. She has been writing since 1997 and became Member of the PEN AMERICAN CENTER. Now, she has more than fifty published essays, written in two languages—English and Russian. She also published her first book, The Revelation of a Russian Psychotherapist on the American Land, a collection of her published essays in English, in New York in February of 2002. And approximately at the same time, its Russian version was published in Moscow and right away was exposed on two International Book Fairs in Frankfurt and Moscow. For more than two years, it was being sold through the Internet by the most prestige Russian bookstores abroad.
Looking for Happiness, Loss of the Big Money and Surviving * by Ludmila Chorekchan
The Two Sisters – Two Fates
Publication Date: March 08, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 119 pages; 978-1-4500-3745-7
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