In our time, wonder has disappeared. Most believe in what is seen, others in what is heard, yet a few know something eternal guides them.
When Vincent steals his older brother’s girl, Noemi, someone is going to die. Three lives, once ascending to greatness, are pitched into chaos. Jak, after months of searching, finds his younger brother, Vincent, while Noemi faces certain death. On one hand, Vincent can save her, yet others will die for their love.
Hearts prided on rational choices waver. Logic conflicts with reality, and emotion, not reason, decides the future.
Pop Culture V Classic Literature
It seems that many books, movies, and television shows are either story or character driven, yet not both. I've always felt that if the characters are true to themselves, they, like us, guide the most compelling stories the world has ever known.
With the introduction of Something Eternal, I'm attempting to bridge the gap between character and story, as well as classic literature and popular culture for your entertainment.