PRLog - May 2, 2009 - STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. -- Stockbridge, GA. - WheelMan Press has just released 2012: Seeking Closure by Gregory Bernard Banks. Based on a story by Tom Townsend, and in the process of being made into a motion picture by Director Kevin Tan and Inner Glow Pictures to be released in the fall, 2012: Seeking Closure is a moving character study centered around three men trapped in an elevator moments after learning that the world will end in three hours time. While trapped together, the men, who are desperate to seek closure for the things they have done and the people they have hurt, must each deal with their own inner demons while they await the end.
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2012: Seeking Closure is unique in that it really isn’t a story about Mayan Prophecy or Planet X,” says Banks, who has written five other books, the most highly acclaimed of which is the short story collection Phoenix Tales: Stories of Death & Life (Second Edition). “This is a gritty tale of people who must face not only their own mortality, but also realize the consequences of the lives they have led. 2012: Seeking Closure has many layers as well, and is not only an intriguing character study about these men and their loved ones, but is also a broader tale of what might happen if the people of the world were to suddenly realize that the government at large has forsaken them during the greatest crisis in human history. Ask yourself, if you were in that situation, what would you do? Would you seek closure, and if so, how? That very question fascinates me, and I’m excited to have been given the opportunity to explore it.”
2012: Seeking Closure is available exclusively from Amazon.com (http://www.amazon.com/
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