An Ordinary Man: From Green to Grey
Mina Norouzi Hunt, author
Dexter and Albert are two complex characters. Angels keep following them in time, history and space. Albert is Goering’s brother, but also Hitler at the same time. He is the ordinary man. The narrator tries to break the boundary of time, personality and country by dipping right into what makes us move. How much of what happened in the 2nd world war is still relevant today. Monica, Cyrus, and Emma are traveling to a concentration camp. They have all mixed heritage. The Children of the concentration camps, the dead and alive souls and people have been healed and let go. Deniz is the guiding angel and she speaks to the Childhood empress. We realise as we read that death is not the end. Human beings are connected to each other through history. We cannot quite know to what extent. How much do we have to go through- within our evolving personality, to be able to heal? What is the difference between Albert Goering and Hitler? In the eternal part of their existence, how are their deeds stored?