Change the names from 1972 to today's names and nothing has changed. The talking points and the words are the same. Denials and coming down on the press from the White House. I am astounded how much things stay the same in 50 years. While the book at first is a little disconcerting because of all the names as well as feeling I was dropped into the middle of a conversation, I soon got comfortable as Bernstein and Woodward tell of putting the Watergate story and the subsequent fallout stories together to get a full story of what happened during the Nixon reelection campaign. This is much more interesting now than it was 50 years ago when all I cared about was my soap operas being exempted for the Watergate coverage. There are so many parallels to 2020 and beyond.
So privileged to be asked by Malta Book Council the Founder of University Book Festival to present my new book on the Ancient Mediterranean history. <img src="https://static.xx.fbcdn.net/images/emoji.php/v9/td9/1.5/16/1f64f.png" alt="
This highly demanded Book edition of 2 fiction books: A-Ma Alchemy of Love and Tree of Life: a Journey to the Field of Dreams, launched today!
“A-Ma: Alchemy of Love”, uma narrativa passada em Macau sobre “a busca pela verdade”
"Alchemy of Love”, um livro cuja acção se passa na Macau do século XVII. Agora, em entrevista ao jornal Times of Malta, a autora, Nataša Pantović, explica que o romance “é sobre a busca pela verdade”. A história tem como protagonista Ama, uma sacerdotisa africana.
"Nataša Pantović escolheu como cenário para “A-Ma: Alchemy of Love” a Macau do século XVII e colocou como protagonistas Ama, uma sacerdotisa africana a morar na região, Ruben, um padre jesuíta português e Benedito, um cristão ortodoxo. Ama reunia artistas, pregadores, padres e filósofos de todo o mundo, dentro dos cenários mágicos do seu café. O livro explora o crescimento rápido de Macau, quer nos horizontes das cidades, quer nas mudanças socioeconómicas."
Mentioned by an Art Theory researcher; by a member of the National Museum of Antiquities department at Institute of Archaeology "Vasile Parvan", by a Politics researcher; by Veda Popovici, by Eirini Koutouvaki, by a researcher in Islington, UK, by a well-known author on Academia, by someone in Neckarsulm, Germany, by Researcher in Rumania and last but not least by a PhD Researcher in China!