"Lucifer's Son: Part 2 is filled with stories that will leave the reader questioning his or her own hopes, fears, and morality long after they have put down the book."
New York City, New York (PRWEB) February 01, 2017
A. Argus Publishing is pleased to announce the release of Lucifer’s Son: Part 2, the highly anticipated second novel by Sergey Mavrodi, one of the most controversial figures of the 20th and 21st centuries. The book will be available for purchase on February 2, 2017.
Mavrodi’s second novel builds upon the first book, with a series of mini-novellas that delve even deeper into human nature and reveal an evil that is not brought on by Satan, but rather through man’s own intentions. Lucifer’s son, who has once again taken on the form of a human, visits ordinary people and makes offers to give them something- whether that be love, money, fame, youth, or power. In every case, the person takes the offer- and the consequences are devastating. However, the twist is that neither the devil himself nor his son causes the consequences of the person’s decision. Rather, it is their flawed nature that is ultimately their downfall.
In addition to stories that will leave the reader questioning his or her own hopes, fears, and morality long after they have put down the book, Lucifer’s Son gets more political and personal in nature. After peppering the first quarter of the book with captivating stories, Mavrodi gets personal and tells a story that is loosely based on his life. The ideology of this novella is not just about mankind’s evil (although he does describe betrayal by business partners and employees), but also about what happens when free will intersects with the free market. While the story is captivating in of itself, it leaves the reader with more questions than answers, namely by asking who the real devil is: Is it the man who basically started his own stock exchange or the government that tried to regulate it?
Mavrodi blends together a work that combines elements of psychology as well as libertarian political ideology, touching on ideas of political corruption, intrusive government surveillance, and a society with questionable morals, themes that heavily resonate with today’s readers. The result is a brilliant and timely read that holds up a mirror, revealing the darkest parts of our inner souls and society’s collective fears.
Today, Mavrodi remains a controversial figure as he continues to operate his business, MMM, from South Africa. He has also been reportedly involved in the rise of the controversial BitCoin currency.
For more information visit Sergey’s website at http://www.mavrodisergey.com/.