Notre-Dame Cathedral of Paris Has Leading Role in John Griswald's "Girl From Rue Serpente" Epic World War Love Story

"Girl From Rue Serpente" is an epic love story that has Notre-Dame of Paris in role pitting star-crossed lovers in a tragic triangle with a lusting priest.

What became the biggest news story this year was the fire that swept through 850 year-old Notre-Dame. 3 billion people prayed, read newspapers and watched TV before Notre-Dame was saved.”

— Stan Zipperman

HONOLULU, HAWAII, UNITED STATES, July 1, 2019 / — Notre-Dame Cathedral of Paris has the iconic 850 year-old Catholic church in a leading role in the hard-hitting epic novel of Love and War in "Girl From Rue Serpente." From the pen of novelist John Griswald comes this tragic and classic tale that hopefully one day will become a movie screen dramatic thriller not only for its adventure, action and mystery but also because of its fascinating and gut-wrenching shocking surprise ending.

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"Girl From Rue Serpente" novel is this generation's ultimate love and war story that pits the book's two star-crossed lovers against a lusting and ironic priest at Notre-Dame in a tragic triangle during the Liberation of Paris in World War II from Hitler's Nazi Occupation. Notre-Dame means Our Lady in English, but different meanings for different characters. It is expected that the epic "Girl From Rue Serpente" will take the mantle from Victor Hugo's almost two hundred year old book "The Hunchback of Notre-Dame" which has been associated with the symbolic Notre-Dame cathedral for that length of time.

What makes this epic war novel "Girl From Rue Serpente" so important now? It is the fact that an estimated 3 billion people of the 7.7 billion population which now inhabit the earth prayed, watched and waited in person on the streets, on the internet, on radio and news broadcast television to see the final outcome of a recent tragic fire on April 15 of this year which nearly destroyed the sacred church. Two days later, the fire was put out. However, the fire became the year's biggest news story, making it a natural book for readers world-wide and an entertainment vehicle as a major motion picture. People are more curious than ever about the true meaning of Our Lady of Notre-Dame.

"Girl From Rue Serpente" has the two ill-fated lovers; Aimee Ange, the young and beautiful French Resistance fighter who wants to be a nun at Notre-Dame and Christian Gavin, a handsome but lonely American soldier, in conflict with Father Cariot, an ironic and lusting Notre-Dame priest who seeks salvation in Heaven for some or damnation in Hell for others. Here, then, is the ultimate no-holds-barred love story of romantic and enchanting Paris during the Liberation from the Nazi Occupation in World War II.

First, "Girl From Rue Serpente" has what appears to be strong marketing potential to become a world-wide verified best seller. One thing in its favor already is the fact that it is in print and sold at online for immediate delivery. The book is also available at Barnes & Noble for sale for book buyers and readers to purchase as well as at Walmart and other outlets. Chapters from the novel can be read online from various booksellers.

Secondly, four different and haunting videos are currently listed as book trailers on found under the title "Girl From Rue Serpente."

Since World War II, love stories taking place during that time have been popular favorites of international movie audiences and many have gone on to become Academy Award winners. "Casablanca," "From Here to Eternity,"
"Schindler's List," "Saving Private Ryan," "Inglorious Bastards," "Manchurian Candidate," "Charade," "Raiders of the Lost Ark," "Allied" and "South Pacific" are a few worthy films.

One additional ace in the hole for "Girl From Rue Serpente" is the cover artwork. The cover painting is by popular Brazilian artist Ricardo Movits. He originally painted the 24" X 36" oil painting which depicts a nightmare by one of the lovers that takes place in a surreal Notre-Dame Cathedral setting. People who have seen the novel's cover artwork have made it the current publishing industry buzz. The original painting may be offered for sale in the near future.

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Source: EIN Presswire