Item description for Master of His Fate, Second Edition by Richard S. Wahlberg...
MEMO Re: Filming of Master of his Fate. Author's suggested directions to Motion Picture Director:
Opening Scene: Dancing around pagan bonfire in 1929 Berlin, American eight-year-old Davy is grabbed by kidnapper. [Show newspaper to prove hard-to-believe ancient ritual.]
Pan to: Youngster's astonishing ordeals lead to disguised life in Nazi Germany.
Close-Up: Spectacular flight; a prelude to another hidden life. Enter - beautiful blond. Davy discovers amazing secrets.
Fade to: Twin brother Rikkie and parents fail to find Davy; expelled by Nazis.
Zoom in: In America Rikkie starts meteoric career. Attempts post-war search for his twin.
Full Screen Star Burst: Book Two introduces villainous ex-Luftwaffe officer. His twisted mind capable of murder. Davy becomes a target.
Pan to: Davy's whereabouts become known worldwide following bizarre incident.
Close-Up: Unknown to each other, brother Rikkie and ex-Luftwaffe officer on collision course.
Final Scene: Audience expects the good guy to triumph, but will he really?
Super "The End" over tranquil grassy knoll as camera moves to reveal chilling conclusion.
About the author: Master of his Fate, with its Book Two added, is Richard Wahlberg's first full novel.
He stated it was written with a 'pinch of autobiography.' It is a challenge to the reader to guess which scenes are fact, which are fiction. Now retired, the author is a WWII vet, world traveler, history buff, philatelist, and short story writer. During his business career, Wahlberg was an advertising executive and sales promotion entrepreneur.
An early reviewer stated: "Fantastic. Amazing. With so many
true details an unbelievable story becomes believable."
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.43" Width: 5.45" Height: 0.74" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Publisher Word Association
ISBN 1932205969 ISBN13 9781932205961