Francis Joseph Lamanna's New Book 'Smorgasbord' is a Captivating Handbook Filled With Thoughts and Stories That Carry Hope to the Readers
NEW YORK, April 12, 2021 (Newswire.com) - Francis Joseph LaManna, a first-time author and a history lover, has completed his most recent book "Smorgasbord": an interesting collection of literary works that revolve around life and contain thought-provoking messages to share.
Francis writes, "'Smorgasbord' is an unbelievable display of creativity. First-time author Francis LaManna guides his readers on a penetrating walk through the depths of his mind, and in the end, he leaves us wanting more. Take whatever you have in your head about what a traditional book is supposed to be like and forget it. Open your mind to something different. There is not one character to focus on. There is no single plot, and there is no clear storyline to follow.
At a glance, 'Smorgasbord' appears to be a crazy compilation of a whole bunch of stuff thrown together, but if you open your mind and commit yourself to understand the bigger picture, it not only makes perfect sense but it also flows. The book opens with a fictional story told from the speaking mind of a murderer, which is followed up with a Shakespearean sonnet. The poem is titled 'Looking Forward,' and it is about hope, the future, and having something to look forward to, which is purposely designed in contrast to the negative thoughts of the previous chapter.
'Smorgasbord' is edgy and bold, and some portions can be very opinionated. With a degree in communication and concentration studies in journalism, Francis naturally has strong beliefs concerning free speech and people having the right and responsibility to voice their opinions. You might agree with what you read, you might disagree, and maybe you might learn something new. That's all-in design.
If it helps, imagine this book to be a temple. Inside there are three floors and twenty-four rooms. Each room has its special theme and décor you will find tales of love, people having strange dialogues with evil entities, and of course, the real stories about Francis's life that he's trying to write between chapters.
If someone asks you what this book is about, you will probably laugh and say, 'I don't know. You just have to read it.' That's the kind of book it is!"
Published by Fulton Books, LaManna's book provides a bigger picture of life for readers to better understand everything around them and find value in all things.
This brilliant book reminds readers that no matter how tough their lives would be, there's always hope.
Readers who wish to experience this promising work can purchase "Smorgasbord" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books