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"There's nothing quite so romantic as spending one's youth in a foreign land." Eric is a 20-something American guy who's having the time of his life on the French Riviera. Or maybe Eric is the 60-something who's looking back on his earlier years with nostalgic regret and trying to alter the course of his life.
This story was inspired by Lawrence Durrell, and his experiments with metafictional techniques in The Avignon Quintet ("fictional" characters interacting with "real" characters) and The Alexandria Quartet (the Rashomon of literature, with multiple points of view). It might be described as a hedonistic tale in the shape of a Möbius strip, trapped in an Escher wood engraving: magical realism with just a dash of irrealism, drenched in Mediterranean sunshine.
The proof-of-concept eBook adaptation has appeared on Amazon's Performing Arts Best Sellers list since it was first published, on July 22, 2019.
Image: "La Côte d'Azur" (ca. 1920) travel poster by Charles Morel de Tanguy (Adelin Charles Henri Ernest Morel de Tangry, French/Dutch, 1857-1930) for the PLM railroad company (Compagnie des chemins de fer de Paris à Lyon et à la Méditerranée).