Felix Pene's New Book 'Tales and Legends of Humanity' Discusses the First Humans to Roam the Earth and Explores a Legend of How the Continents Were Formed

Fulton Books author Felix Pene, a journalist who has worked for youth empowerment throughout many local and international organizations, has completed his most recent book "Tales and Legends of Humanity: Volume 1 The Origin of Species": a fascinating tale that follows two brothers in the early days of humanity, and how betrayal and lies led to the splitting of the world's continents and the races.

"Existential questions continue to rule human life," writes Pene. "Far from the confrontation between the theory of evolution and the theory of creation, this captivating tale revisits the path of Charles Darwin in a simplistic way. Romantic and dramatic at the same time, it skims over the Big Bang theory to land in the backyard of the very first human family on earth. The plot revolves around love and betrayal, just like in the garden of Eden."

Published by Fulton Books, Felix Pene's book explores how the selfishness of two brothers led to great sorrow and heartache for the future generations of earth. Full of vibrant artwork to help illustrate Pene's narrative, readers will be captivated by the character-driven drama and how the first family of mankind set in motion the history of the world.

Readers who wish to experience this poignant work can purchase "Tales and Legends of Humanity: Volume 1 The Origin of Species" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books