“A revolutionary book by a new author. A memoir that transcends an individual experience
to go to the heart of who we are and what is our purpose.“
Mr k. is a 40-year-old professional living in London. He wants to settle down and have children. Ms S. is beautiful and intelligent. She is all that Mr K. wish for. However, is the will of a person enough to see their dreams fulfilled? Are we all destined to accomplish our ambitions? And, what do you do when you realize your hopes are slowly slipping away from you?
The Eighteen Years That Didn’t Change Anything is a book about a betrayal and a frustrated love. However, Enrico Tesla is a new author and his prospective is completely different from what you can imagine. We are consuming ourselves scrapping over trite conventions. It is time for new ideas to come in.
“The Eighteen Years that Didn’t Change Anything,” is gritty and honest. Mr. K is very open about fully analyzing his experiences in life. He delves deeply to see why society tends to behave in a certain manner. Whether he was in Italy or England, he applies both scientific and sociological observations to the events that were taking place in his life. He applies the theory of evolution and natural selection to point out why the opposite sex makes the choices that they do in partners. He evaluates where he fits in to being selected and why it was not going to work with the woman that he wanted. …
“The Eighteen Years that Didn’t Change anything,” is an interesting story that will leave readers with a lot to consider.