New Book titled "Miracle Man" Crosses Genres in Storytelling by: William R. Leibowitz
A Genius Who Dwarfs Einstein, Is Threatened by Evil in Miracle Man by William R. Leibowitz Author’s Groundbreaking Work Crosses Genres in Storytelling.
“I wanted to tell a story about a real hero—not a celebrity,” said the author during a recent interview with Pacific Book Review. “A person who, in fact, is an anti-celebrity, in the sense that he refuses to accept celebrity and instead pursues his selfless goals in virtual isolation. I think such a person is inspirational in the times we live in –when baseless celebrity has become the goal of so many,” Leibowitz continued.
Although the story could have become an obvious morality tale, it instead explores the depths of darkness that can accompany the gift of genius. Leibowitz does this within the context of fast paced action involving world altering scientific breakthroughs, industrial espionage and political intrigue. His analysis of Austin’s isolation and suffering brings with it an intriguing spiritual element, one that is unique in such stories.
When asked about the research necessary to write this book, Leibowitz said, “Yes, a great deal of research was required as I wanted Miracle Man to be believable. I did a lot of research into the nature of human intelligence -- and genius, in particular –and in my efforts to devise “cures” for the diseases that Robert Austin worked on—I did quite a bit of general scientific research so that I could cobble together cures and methodologies that were plausible.“
Miracle Man will delight in its unique exploration of universal themes and the darkness that threatens to destroy from within, and yet those who are religious will also find great insight in its spiritual themes.
William R. Leibowitz, in his writing of Miracle Man, has provided the reader with a perfectly wonderful read.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: William R. Leibowitz has practiced law at a high level in the entertainment/
Title: Miracle Man
Author: William R. Leibowitz
Publisher: Manifesto Media Group
Pages: 385, Paperback/Kindle