Escape from Overzealous Political Correctness and Appreciate Humanity in Whimsical New Satire Book ‘Me and My Tapeworm Isobel’

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Marius Enescu suggests a return to “political directness” and explains the importance of saying what we mean

"Me and My Tapeworm Isobel" by Marius Enescu.

“If we can allow one another to be genuine when we speak, we will be able to have more friends, more love and understanding of one another,” Enescu says.

Many are frustrated with aspects of today’s society such as “cancel culture” and political correctness, arguing that it causes us all to feel as if we walk on eggshells by being careful not to offend anyone. Marius Enescu’s “Me and My Tapeworm Isobel: Extras from the Volume ‘Intellectual Cramps’” deviates from political correctness in the interest of what the author calls “political directness,” offering a quick read containing Enescu’s biting and wickedly humorous satirical views on the world around him.

The book creatively highlights the tiny observations and thoughts Enescu has about life and humanity on a daily basis; he approaches with humor and lightheartedness a wide range of topics such as medicine, our eating and drinking habits, how we present ourselves in public and how the media influences our desires and attention.

Rather than spending his time and thoughts remaining politically “correct” by today’s societal standards, Enescu instead prefers to call his approach to communication “political directness.” His hope is that the book helps teach the world how to be more sincere with themselves and others without diminishing the complexity and beauty of humanity.

“If we can allow one another to be genuine when we speak, we will be able to have more friends, more love and understanding of one another,” Enescu says. “The difference between friends and enemies will become clearer but then we will learn to respecting our differences instead of hating them.”

Enescu receives praise for “Me and My Tapeworm Isobel,” with one Amazon reviewer lauding the book as a “great read” and awarding it a five-star rating.

“Me and My Tapeworm Isobel: Extras from the Volume ‘Intellectual Cramps’”
By Marius Enescu
ISBN: 9781489720603 (softcover); 9781489720597 (hardcover); 9781489720610 (electronic)
Available at LifeRich Publishing, Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the author
Born in Eastern Communist Europe, Marius Enescu uses his surgical skills in performing blunt incisions within the sometimes-sordid aspects of real everyday life, while humorously opposing them to the unrealistic and fabricated image described by wishful thinking and exaggerated political correctness. To learn more about Enescu and his works, please visit his website.

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