Philadelphia Author Morrie Richfield Pens New Book "Revelation", A Sequel to His "Mr. Breeze"
"Revelation" from author Morrie Richfield is the sequel book to his "Mr. Breeze" novel on Mankind's future and survival in a troubled world. "Mr. Breeze" is being considered in Hollywood as a full length, feature motion picture.
PR Log - Mar 21, 2013 - "Revelation," the sequel To "Mr. Breeze" from Philadelphia author Morrie Richfield, ups the ante on the future of mankind’s survival. Mr. Breeze is back; so is Michael Ryan and Rover, the magical dog.
"Mr. Breeze" fans can rejoice. "Revelation," Morrie Richfield’s much-anticipated sequel to his novel "Mr. Breeze," has arrived. Readers new to the strange but inspiring tale of a super being and his attempt to set mankind on a straight and moral path for its very survival can immerse themselves in what critics and readers alike are calling an “inspirational fantasy” with important lessons for all of us.
In "Mr. Breeze," published in 2011, Richfield introduced readers to Zackary, aka Zack, aka Mr. Breeze, an ancient being who claimed to be mankind’s creator and who still exerts a powerful force on the human race and its very existence. Zack appeared on Earth as a powerful man who did miraculous deeds. He chose journalist Michael Ryan to tell his story in a book that, he hoped, would show mankind how to stop its self-destructive ways and bring paradise on Earth. With man’s fate hanging in the balance, Zack disappeared, leaving humans to their fate and Michael wondering what his role really is.
"Revelation" moves the action two years into the future. The situation looks bleak. Mankind has slipped back into its old, destructive ways and Michael has become a dissolute recluse. There are people who view Michael as a savior and others who see him as a threat to be eliminated.
Along this strange trip, Michael meets new friends and reunites with old companions, the most significant of which is Rover, an abused dog whom Zack endowed with superpowers. Rover becomes Zack’s messenger to Michael, as Michael tries to get Zack’s original message out to the world: If mankind doesn’t straighten out, he will destroy the human race.
Richfield plays down the description of "Revelation" as an “inspirational fantasy.” He calls it a “self-help book, a textbook, a reality series on paper. It is what we see when we look in the mirror.”
If "Mr. Breeze" focused on Zack and his message, "Revelation" focuses on Michael, following his struggle to understand his role in Zack’s master plan and to find his soul, Richfield says. “Michael’s final revelation is that we just don’t learn. Without the threat of destruction, we go back to our old ways. Our time is almost up and we need to do something. We need to show Mr. Breeze the human race deserves a chance to continue to exist.”
About author Morrie Richfield Morrie Richfield lives in Pennsylvania with his two sons and their dogs. He still dreams that someday the world will be a better place for all of us to live. More information on "Revelation" can be accessed at the web site http://www.mrbreezethenovel.com
Revelation 180 pages paperback; $11.99, e-book, $1.99; ISBN: 1-0615736464; 10-0615736467 Published by Createspace (February 2013) Available at amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, and other online book outlets. Kindle edition also available.