PRLog - Feb. 28, 2012 - This is the story of a kind man trying to be happy. We all want to be happy but it's such hard work that one can't help wondering whether happiness is possible at all. At the same time the old Mephistophelian pattern keeps repeating itself - shortcuts to happiness lead to hell because those in a hurry can't avoid hurting someone else.
Michael Fridman has a gift for making people's dreams come true but he is hopeless at organizing his own life. Happiness to him is like the shoes a shoemaker never has. After two emigrations and a failed marriage, he starts to think he is Ahasfer, the Wandering Jew, doomed never to have a happy home of his own.
Michael arrives in London in the summer of 1989, where he runs into Alexander Brut, another émigré from Russia whom he used to know back in Moscow. Michael and Brut pit their wits against the world in games involving the Royal family, the national press, top civil servants, Cambridge dons and top people on Wall Street.
When Michael's second marriage collapses, he decides it's time to find his own path to happiness. He makes a list of qualities he wants in a woman and begins to search for her.
Michael finds her in Russia, the place he's spent years trying to get away from, but is uncertain if he should return there.
Eventually he realizes that the love of a woman, who can make him happy, is the most precious thing in his life and he returns to Russia to face a life which is as tough as it is rewarding. A life where he is to find out whether he is indeed the Wandering Jew or just an ordinary person.
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