Richard Pages by L. R. Cerna y March

Richard Pages

byL. R. Cerna y March

Kobo ebook | December 21, 2016

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Richard Pages is simultaneously a monster and an angel; a perpetrator and a victim. The fiction is the case presentation of this Richard Pages, which means, the narrator is the main character in the story. The story is not narrated from the third person point of view, the story is narrated without experts' opinions and analyses in a dogmatic way that means beyond white or black hats. He is indefatigable and periodically moving from one place to another. The story starts in Heidelberg (Germany), continues in Guernsey (Channel Island), Edinburgh (Scotland), San Juan, Durango, Santa Fe (New Mexico and Colorado USA), returns to Heidelberg and Edinburgh/London, continues in Hamburg (Germany), Oberjoch (Germany), Chambéry (France), Barcelona (Spain), Kraków (Poland), and finishes in Munich (Germany). After a while, Edinburgh becomes his main residence. What does the reader think of Richard Pages? Does he lose his reverence for all life? Does he know what reverence means? Is he guilty or not guilty, that's here the question the reader must solve for himself? In the story there is no behavioral analysis, no significant justice investigations; it is just the presentation of some moments in Richard Pages' life between 1973 and 1990. Richard Pages is the output of his circumstances and doesn't feel guilty when killing. He is a mass murderer, a serial killer, a killing machine able to love and logically a contradictio in adjecto between killing and loving with a huge secret in his life. He almost get redemption twice in his life, but does he deserve redemption? It is up to the reader to give him the subjective redemption or condemnation he may need. The goal in publishing this fiction is literature at its best. It never intends to be a scientific study of motivations and characteristics of serial murderers. Thought processes, motivations and behaviors can be derived as side effect form the presentation, but have primarily nothing to do with the presented story.
Title:Richard PagesFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 21, 2016Publisher:Books on DemandLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3743105845

ISBN - 13:9783743105843