Raad Chalabi’s Book Presents a Series of 46 Enjoyable Stand-Alone Story Dialogues

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A trip to some dialectic scenes where nothing is taken for granted and everything is continuously washed with doubt.

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Author Raad Chalabi was always fascinated by the concept that all things, simple and complex, have few basic constituents, known as elementary particles, from which the entire edifice of the known universe is composed. These elementary particles have very strange and non-common sense features, including being anywhere and nowhere when not observed. He imagined that if he is able to ask an atom as to what it thinks is its most amazing feature, her reply would be “the fact that I am a reality when everything inside me is based on uncertainty.” The author then looked at a mirror and asked himself, “Am I not just the same?”

The author, in his new book, The Whispering Molecules, listened to and recorded the whispers of a variety of inert composites whose atoms are the same as his. The result of this imaginary project was a series of 46 stand-alone story dialogues where these seemingly lifeless objects express their “human-like” observations as they go about undertaking their designated tasks.

This book is part of a series of books where the author looks at life from the perspective of a grocer named Ramiz Alkhishin. The latter has a passion for a life that is as independent as possible from its surroundings. To him, the trendy place to be in is the one to avoid, while the traditional road to follow is the one to by-pass.

The Whispering Molecules deals with the puzzle of life by addressing its chaotic complexity and exposing its inner simplicity. Through this book, the readers can enjoy these dialectic scenes on a trip where nothing is taken for granted and everything is continuously washed with doubt.

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About the Author
Ramiz Alkhishin, the author’s alter ego, is a grocer. He has a passion for a life that is as independent as possible from its surroundings. To him the “trendy” place to be in is the one to avoid, while the “traditional” road to follow is the one to by-pass. He has already documented some of his thought adventures in eight earlier books. His other books include Fortune Cookies; Sketches; The Bazaar; The Balcony; The Lobby; The Tango of Gossip; Why Me; and The Smiling Owl.

The Whispering Molecules* by Raad Chalabi, PhD
Publication Date: July 18, 2013
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 231 pages; 978-1-4836-6720-1
Trade Hardback; £23.99; 231 pages; 978-1-4836-6721-8
Ebook; £3.99; 978-1-4836-6722-5

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