Congrats to M.A. Alsadah!

CAFE DE SOPHIA by M.A. Alsadah

A big congrats to Darling Axe client M.A. Alsadah on the release of CAFÉ DE SOPHIA. 

While in a café, sixteen-year-old Nate comes across a man who engages him in an intellectual conversation. Fascinated by the discussion, Nate befriends the man along with his other companions of philosophers in order to better understand his purpose and direction in life. Every encounter with the philosophers explores a different topic that shapes the stepping stones of Nate's journey. This journey toward the beauty of speech, logic, and wisdom is told in the Socratic dialogue fashion through Nate's perspective.

About The Author

M.A. Alsadah has a love for world-building, story-writing, and philosophy. He has published a high fantasy novel titled The Seal: The Five Metals in which he invented two languages. He also developed and published a story-focused game on Steam titled Sky Realm: Essences.

You can purchase CAFÉ DE SOPHIA over at BookBaby.

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