= Today's Featured Book =
Mona Lisa Novel (Nocturne in Paris)
= by John Argo (Jean-Thomas Cullen) =
Mona Lisa Novel (Nocturne in Paris) released in 2018 reveals for the first time in 500 years the reason why Leonardo Da Vinci painted the world's most famous portraitthe Mona Lisa, hanging in the Louvre. It occupies a special place in the museum, where it is insured for nearly one billion Euros, making it the most famous and expensive art work in history. It is also the most mysterious work of art, over which scholars have puzzled and debated for half a millennium. Now readers will learn from author John Argo (Jean-Thomas Cullen) the answers to all of the questions commonly asked.
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Available Now: The first of many free books, articles, poems, and stories by Jean-Thomas Cullen is available for your reading pleasure. Link will be added soon. The first Paris novel to join this program at the Paris Bookshop is Mona Lisa Novel: Nocturne in Paris by the author writing under his DarkSF pen name John Argo. For an explanation of the John Argo pseudonym, see About The Author on this site. Click the following link to visit Galley City and read the entire text of Mona Lisa Novel (HTML Novel) free and without obligation. All HTML Novels come with optional buy links to the e-book and p-book editions. Why? Think of it as a bookstore metaphor. You can walk into your favorite bookstore in town, sit down, and read whatever you desirefree and without obligation. The option to buy the book is always there, but nobody will press you on it. The mere fact of your reading is a source of joy. Please tell your friends, post a five star review online, and enjoy a good read. Here is the link. Click on the following logo for info, buy links, and free reading options.
Questions, Questions. Why did Leonardo paint her portrait? Who was Lisa Gherardini? Why did Leonardo obsess over this work unlike any of his others? You'll learn the answers to questions you may not have thought to ask, like why does that gloomy landscape behind her resemble Leonardo's description of the moon (as he thought it must be, although we know better todayno bushes, no flowing water, no winding paths).