Hamburg, Germany, May 29, 2013 –(PR.com)– In the Caribbean novel “By the sea, back then,” Hollywood-star Marilyn Monroe is still alive. The story is about fish and females and Marilyn takes over the voice of women.
The place of action is British Honduras, which today is Belize, in the year 1952. On the small island Caye Caulker adolescent Pablo meets Grandpa. The fisherman gives away his wisdom of life and love including life-lies. The two swagger about fish and beauties, but Marilyn counterbalances these talks to open Pablo’s mind for the women perspective. The Caribbean novel by Norbert Schulz shows dreams rising and lets them sink down to the bottom of reality.
By the sea, back then
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Marilyn Monroe is still alive in the novel about fish and females.
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