In this intellectually seducing highly introspective erotic novel and existential testament Cosmin Stefan Georgescu takes us on the life’s journey of a covert Alpha Male (but not only) exploring the multiplicity of the human psyche and labyrinthine spectrum of manly desires from the coming-of-age phase to the young self-aware libertine adventurer to the finally disenchanted mature man conscious of his own and of the human nature limits.
In his new ingenuously open-hearted literary journey, he makes peace with his own contradictions and gives a compassionate look at the complexities of human nature establishing a fine balance between self-awareness, narcissistic contemplation and objective observation of detailed reality.
In his novel women’s bodies and intimate body parts and diversified heterosexual interaction become poetry and source of endless inspiration.
This is a rare must-read for those not afraid to wander into forbidden realms of the senses and to spiral cerebral journeys enriched by ponderings and sexual depiction of the most intrinsic analytical nature.
Cosmin Stefan Georgescu
Born in Romania, in 1971. From an early age he was fascinated by words. He liked listening to his parents reading him bedtime stories, he used to learn a lot of poems by heart and recite them proudly. His first models were his parents, both of them teachers. However, Cosmin did not follow in his parents’ footsteps and decided to become a doctor. He graduated from Carol Davilla Medical University in Bucharest in 1997. In 2015 he went to France and ever since he has been living and working there. He wrote and published the following books in Romania, the UK and France: The Kiss that Severs Us, Advice I Would Give to No One, Aphorisms Made at Giurgiu, The Tin Ring, Letters to God returned to sender, Conseils que je ne donnerais à personne, The Maiorescunians, Full-moon above the Vosges, Animus in Anima. He has won two awards: the Romanian Prize “Sentimental Twilight” Literary revue, with his works on aphorisms in 2020 and the Critics’ Prize with the work Letters to God return to sender of the Switzerland Literary Prize in 2021.Romanian Prize “Sentimental Twilight” Literary revue, aphorisms 2020; – The Critics’ Prize with the work “Letters to God return to sender” of the Switzerland Literary Prize 2021 The Champion 2022 – Hamlet Badly Acted 2022.
Dana Daniela Capatina: English translation