Looking for Georges Bizet on Planet Heaven
What if, after death, we find ourselves on a planet that is the exact replica of Earth? Let’s call it Planet Heaven. On this planet, there would be the same continents and countries as on our own planet. Up there, we would move at the speed of light and come across all the people that we knew here on Earth. Yes, it’s a place of goodness, but even there, evil lurks in dark corners. That’s where Martha finds herself after attending her own funeral.
On Planet Heaven, accompanied by her uncle and her childhood pet, a witty German shepherd, she sets out to find Georges Bizet, the nineteenth-century French composer who died young after his opera Carmen was mercilessly trashed by critics on its opening night. Martha wants to bring Bizet news of his great fame after his death and let him know how Carmen has become one of the most popular operas on earth. Little does Martha know that she is about to dive headfirst into the mysterious and risky adventure.
About The Author
An American Armenian born in Iran, Armineh Helen Ohanian was published author already at age fifteen.
Armineh is the author of three novels and a Children storybook series called the Talking Animals.
Her “The Apple Tree Blossoms in the Fall” is a highly acclaimed creative memoir. This book earned honorable mention in the category of biography and autobiography at the 2014 LA Book Festival. In 2012 Armineh was invited to Oxford University in the United Kingdom to hold a book signing and talk about her memoir during the university’s International Women’s Day celebrations.
Armineh has lived in Europe and the United States since 1962. Presently she lives in Westhampton, New York, with her husband and three cats. She is passionate about writing, reading, playing tennis, and driving sports cars.