Ella Zupcsek-Rhine Tells Story of a Woman Finding Unique Path to Happiness in New Fiction

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‘Robots in Pain’ is a unique, compelling story set in the backdrop of technological progress – it is of the classic human quest for hope after undergoing pain.

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Author Ella Zupcsek-Rhine writes a book reflecting the perspective of the nurse that she is over the major dilemmas of the life. “Robots in Pain” is a classic way of influencing people to hope and never to give up in finding their happiness in life.

Elisa, a naturalized citizen and mother of two, finds herself sinking into quiet oblivion in a failed conventional marriage, juggling two jobs which cannot make ends meet, and a personal need to be the best mother ever. Philip Hill, on the other hand, is her exact opposite, a famous actor who has attained the pinnacle of public appreciation and adoration. He is suffering from sexual impairment which pushes him to the ultimate choice of suicide, accepts the role of guinea pig for Dr. Markowitz’s new pharmacological formula.

The two meet when Elisa is hired to be Philip’s caregiver for a certain period of time. Elisa, being the hard-working and career-oriented woman that she is, suppresses her admiration for the famous Philip, simply wanting to do her job and move on. Philip, on the contrary, is on the verge of wanting to end his life when he met Elisa. Philip is intrigued by this nurse of his, and wants to know what is different, special about her, why the solution to his “dysfunction” came through her. The trip to Romania and the way he listens to her will be the first steps of a day-by-day deal of love Philip wants Elisa to experience. Ultimately, he realizes that taking her to shows and paying off her mortgage is not sufficient anymore, he needs her as a part of his life. Surprised by Philip and the turn-over her life takes, Elisa finds it hard to believe happiness exists. Will she believe that true happiness exists amidst the stress and tension the life of the ordinary working American has?

With strong and unforgettable characters, an unusual yet contemporary love story and picturesque storytelling, “Robots in Pain” is wholly believable fiction about dealing with, accepting the consequences of past decisions, believing in one’s self, moving forward, hoping for happiness and living for a brighter future.

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About the Author
Born in the picturesque Romania, I came to the United States at the end of year two thousand, when many, including my beloved deceased grand-mother, believed the end of world will come. It did not though, so, here I am, trying to make the best out of my life.
I practice nursing since nineteen-eighty-five, in parallel raising my three sons: Christopher, Daniel and Matthew, favoring both professions equally. Along the path of my tumultuous and adventuresome life, wonderful people came across. To them all, I dedicate this first book, product of my exuberant imagination and vivid memories combined.

The story in “Robots in Pain” is a dream, and, like many dreams, it is a braiding between real people, real events, past experiences and dazzling designs brought to surface by the unconscious.

While laying down the words, I imagined my friends going home after a long day, tiredly looking for a refreshing, energizing escape. Today, I invite everyone to sit back, cozy and comfy, and try out my dream. If my book will enkindle brain, heart and soul, it will be the personal accomplishment I am hoping for.

Robots in Pain* by Ella Zupcsek-Rhine
Publication Date: September 3, 2013
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 78 pages; 978-1-4836-8305-8
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 78 pages; 978-1-4836-8306-5
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-8307-2

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