PACIFIC PALICADES, Calif. (PRWEB) September 15, 2014
Author Michael T.G. Yepes has always had a certain interest in history, especially early Californian history. In “Child of Europe” (published by Xlibris), he has created a highly detailed read that covers the life and times of the people who lived in California in the 18th century.
“Child of Europe” is a homage to the 18th century period and follows the life and times of a fictional Hungarian Jesuit in the 18th century who witnessed the creation of settlements in California. The novel itself was based on the letters of a fictitious settler named Charles Galantay S.J who wrote home about his adventures. This book gives readers the chance to see how modern California was influenced throughout the years through the hard work and perseverance of a few missions.
The purpose of this novel though was not to slavishly copy the style of the 18th-century letters and thereby attempt to create an artistic forgery. Instead, it is meant to pay homage to the period and the people and show their influences on modern California.
“Child of Europe”
By Michael T.G. Yepes
Softcover | 6x9in | 266pages | ISBN 9781499055429
E-Book | 266 pages | ISBN 9781499055412
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Michael T.G Yepes was born in Budapest, Hungary and came to the U.S. in 1956, after the Hungarian revolution. He received an M.D. from the University of California in San Francisco. He started to write early and completed four novels about the 18th century, approximately 15 years after his retirement from medical practice wherein he was a Pediatric Radiologist. He is a widower with three married children and seven grandchildren.
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