“Watching what was
A figure appears
A mirror reflection of the soul’s appeal,
A chance to see
A chance to greet
A chance to be . . .”
Felicity Moss is a starlet with a tragic past. Desperate to stay out of the judgmental gaze of the limelight, she disappears from public life. She finds new hope in the forgiving love of a noble man, but he has his own demon—Samuel, an old friend and a new threat. The riddle of choices surrounding life and death teases and taunts with the ebb and flow of the tides upon the shore. How long can one keep others from discovering private sins?
Filled with mystery and intrigue, The Tragedy of the Moth is a captivating tale of the theatrical world that enthralls with its poetic prose, scripts, supernatural folklore, and stream of consciousness asides. It’s a mind-bending tour de force about love and tragedy driving forward to a crashing finale.
Inspired by her personal relationships and life experiences, Suzanne Mondoux is a self-taught writer of poetry, plays, sceenplays, prose, and is the author of the novel How I Became a Dragon.
She is a Canadian who has lived and worked in various West African countries and holds an MS in environment and management.