The fleeting nature of life passed by me so profoundly, I now have a deep fascination with finding ones soul mate, living life to the fullest and not wasting time on activities or people I do not have a passion for.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (PRWEB) October 31, 2014
You suddenly find yourself in a situation where you are about to die. Are you happy with the life you have lived?
In a scene reminiscent of a Hollywood firm, a Thai boy stands in the midst of a tsunami and watches a young couple, Rosie and Jamie, living their last moments through each other’s eyes and ignoring the suffocating eternity surrounding them.
It is during this moment that their lives and the story of how they fell in love, while happily ignorant of the final summation of their wounded love, are revisited.
Shane Colwell’s new novel “Tsunami Eyes,” is a deeply moving tale that will involve and awaken readers, while highlighting the importance of not taking those you love for granted.
“I wrote this book after facing two near death experiences,” Colwell said. “The fleeting nature of life passed by me so profoundly, I now have a deep fascination with finding ones soul mate, living life to the fullest and not wasting time on activities or people I do not have a passion for.”
A page-turning romance novel in reverse, “Tsunami Eyes” challenges readers to question what is important while highlighting significant themes found in life.
For more information, visit http://www.tsunamieyes.com
By: Shane Colwell
Softcover retail price: $19.99
E-book retail price: $8.99
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Lulu online bookstores
About the author
Shane Colwell fixated over a photo of a doomed couple facing the onrushing Boxing Day Tsunami, consequently having as existential crisis at the thought of leading an unfulfilled life. Colwell has a PhD in mathematics and has traveled extensively, living in Dublin, Zurich, Berlin, Amsterdam, New York, Sakhalin Island and Dubai, putting pen to paper while backpacking around South America for a year.