Aberdeenshire, Scotland (PRWEB) September 23, 2013
Author Andre F. Depuis seems to be a social outcast. He tries to fill a humdrum, low-level life. Gradually though, with the help of a decent memory, including various artistic references, he pieces together something extraordinary—a new and different way of living. In his new publication, Of Heterogeneous Disposition, he develops a line of reasoning and anticipation by good choice and chance association.
Using light intelligence and oxymoron, Depuis thinks out aloud about a quiet life, advocating a different way of living and surviving. One lives his life by the “important” chance associations that he experienced and the thoughts, ideas and dreams that he has of them. He talks about a natural way of living, not abiding with science, the supernatural or fate. He believes that there is a way of being right and completely wrong.
The author is inspired by the thought of Socrates holding a jar of hemlock with his pupils surrounding him and the notion of living, surviving and having gone through being traumatised. He also ponders on the aspect of an idea attached to seeing, experiencing and observing one’s best friend and mentor take such orders as, somehow, worse than the action of emptying the vessel itself.
Of Heterogeneous Disposition is a simple but complex read. It is dark but comic with a twist from the mundane to the miraculous. Readers will surely lose themselves into this as they immerse into the mind of the author and journey with him in this valuable discovery.
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About the Author
Andre F. Depuis is a character who means business and does not lightly suffer fools. Born into a cold climate, the opportunity to better one’s self was serially turned down. He is a friend of all living things, especially non-humans.
Of Heterogeneous Disposition * by Andre F. Depuis
Publication Date: August 6, 2013
Trade Paperback; £16.99; # pages; 978-1-4836-7275-5
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