What is it that you want the most money, power, respect and love?
Do you want to achieve Novattione?
The protagonist (David) in ‘Living the Life: Novattione’ embodies life experiences and attributes from author K.M. Ashyleigh and acquaintances that have walked a similar path to David. It’s a literary device the author has coined ‘Integration Paradox’; channelling the emotions of readers are forcing them to think deeper than they have with any other novel. The overall goal is to empower humanity to advance its mentality and embrace a promising future.
Living the Life Novattione is a timeless masterpiece based on a charismatic character that has strong ideas and ways to achieve the life he plans to live. You cannot say no to it. It is gripping heart pounding and compelling. It is the book you have always wanted to read! It is the book that will fulfil you. It is a revolutionary game changing masterpiece and it even has its own Genre called Integration Paradox or you can just call it (I.P.) Read it to believe it and next time you pursue your goal you will easily achieve it.
New Genre: It is called Integration Paradox or I.P. This new genre is created by K.M. Ashyleigh because it enables the author to integrate his life experience with other relevant people that shared similar experiences or even different life experiences in to one character. This enables K.M. Ashyleigh to not just explain but describe and channel the emotions to the reader in a way that gives the reader dipper insight about the life experience of the character David Nicholas lives through in this great book, Living the life Novattione.
"What inspired him to write the book was the passion to elevate people’s way of thinking—from politics to religion and money. He does this through a character that has a partition of his life and partitions of the lives of his friends who made money from selling diamonds and gold in a country without a currency and rapped by poverty and corruption. The true jewel of the book is not how the character gains physical wealth, but his philosophies and ideas that helped him adapt even in the coldest days of his life".