Book Equips Story of Great Awakening to Manhood and Chaos
Online PR News – 16-November-2017 – Scotland, UK – Cal, the main protagonist in Calum Cumming’s, book “Of the Road” has been the catalyst needed to break the ground for the awakening of a whole nation.
We are witnessing great chaos, confusion, hate, judgment and conflict and sexual consciousness in his book set in the background of a Scottish soul.
In this upbeat, humor–filled, gender novel, Cumming discusses the ‘hard man’ image associated with Scottish masculinity, the recognition, and myths coupled in it.
“Of the Road” may be fictional but its symbolism, situations, and struggles becomes a pivotal truth to narrate a story about Cal’s personal battles with alcoholism and alienation set in the backdraft of his Scottish community.
Hope, revival, and anticipation are the central themes of Cumming’s book suggesting strong political color often metaphorically. It also discusses the condition of the everyday life of a modern-day Scotland man, such a test for the state of the country.
About the Author:
After leaving High School in Aberdeen, Calum trained himself as a Construction Engineer. He spent a year at Newbattle Abbey College in Edinburgh where he re-discovered his greater love of the Arts. He subsequently graduated MA in 1992 at Glasgow University. He enjoys travelling and meeting new people. His former wife is a Los Angelean. He is a former national amateur cycling champion at schoolboy level; team champion in 1977.
Paperback: 168 pages
Publisher: AuthorHouse (September 24, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches