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New Book By Stevan V. Nikolic About Homeless Men In New York

Based on the true events, just published novel Truth According To Michael tells the story about homeless men, their addictions, and the road to recovery.

“How far we can go with our liberty of conscience, without offending God, and disturbing the natural order of things?"
— Stevan V. Nikolic
BRONX, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, September 30, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The second book in the Michael Nicolau Series, this novel follows thirty-three years in the life of Michael Nicolau. The story takes us on the long path of Michael’s soul-searching and understanding of circumstances that brought him to become a homeless man living in the Bowery Mission. Eager to vindicate himself and his conduct, he speaks about his life, for hours, day after day, to a counselor in the Mission. At the same time comic and tragic, villain and hero, Michael is wrestling with the concepts of truth, reality, hope, faith, love, and honor.

In thirty-five chapters, the author successfully juggles two parallel stories - one of Michael’s life and character; and the other, of the daily life in the Bowery Mission and destinies of men living together and fighting the entrapments of poverty, homelessness, and addiction.

In 2016, homelessness in New York City has reached the highest levels since the Great Depression (1930). The number of homeless people sleeping each night in the municipal shelters is now 87 percent higher than it was ten years ago. According to official information, in July 2016, there were 60,456 homeless people, including 15,156 homeless families with 23,425 homeless children, sleeping each night in the New York City municipal shelter system. Besides them, unnumbered thousands of unsheltered homeless people sleep on New York City streets, in the subway system, and in other public spaces.

Among many shelters in New York City that offers refuge, food, shower, clothing, and recovery program to homeless New Yorkers, the Bowery Mission in Lower Manhattan is one of the oldest and best known. Every day, hundreds of people with nowhere else to go, pass through the distinctive red doors of The Bowery Mission Chapel for a hot meal or other services.

Stevan V. Nikolic grew up in Belgrade, Serbia, and moved to New York in 1987. He wrote nine narrative nonfiction books on various esoteric teachings before turning to fiction. Stevan’s debut novel Weekend in Faro, the first in the Michael Nicolau Series, was published in 2014. Truth According to Michael is the second book in the same series. The follow-up, The Diary of the New York Baker, is due out March 2017. His books have been translated into several languages and published worldwide.

Truth According to Michael is available in paperback, hardcover, and e-book formats at www.amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, iTunes, Kobo, and other online booksellers in the US and worldwide. To learn more, please visit http://svnikolic.com

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