Author Robert Hupsel Releases His First Foray into the World of Fiction

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“The Identity Revolt” is based on a true story about one’s death-defying journey to self-discovery.

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In a staggering fiction that moves seamlessly between life and human rights abuse, author Robert Hupsel invites his readers to witness and understand the sad truths that affect life in the future. His new stirring novel, The Identity Revolt, is deeply written and intertwines a dramatically heartbreaking story of a baby with uncertain and abused life and the many secrets that involve several egocentric people who do not realize the possible consequences of their horrible deeds.

This book takes its readers on a journey from Brazil to the United States of America to follow the story of Richard, a young man whose life is drawn into a web of complicated events that greatly affect his future. Since he was five-years-old, he already began to face life’s difficult challenges—including poverty and abuse. His story, however, was concealed for more than two decades. Many things were trying to unleash it, but Richard was determined to keep it until he can no longer control the need to uncover and face the truth. Now, Richard embarks on a quest that will lead him to the other side of the world, to a different country with different language and culture, where a life-changing truth about his own identity is waiting but possibly will cost him his life.

In The Identity Revolt, Hupsel has written a gripping narrative that depicts real-life situations. Readers will surely find this book interesting and eye-opening as it reminds them of the grave effects of abuse and other crucial issues, to a child’s future.

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About the Author
Robert Hupsel, an Electrical/Mechanical Engineer, is married and with two children. He resides in Orlando, Florida.

The Identity Revolt * by Robert Hupsel
Publication Date: June 6, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 336 pages; 978-1-4836-3466-1
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 336 pages; 978-1-4836-3467-8
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-3468-5

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