Book Review: Curdled Dream a Novel by Rasheed Rambler
categories: Book, Romance, Mountaineering, Flesh Trade, American Guy's Friendship, Plight of Pagan, Islamist, Terrorism, Pakistan, Adventure
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Rasheed Rambler about this book: The plight of a small pagan tribe,the Kalash, living in the north west Pakistan who are mercilessly converted into Islam inspired me to write this book. The book is about a man's struggle to fight evil in his communities and in his family, which is flesh trade by well to do middle class families in Pakistan. The primary reader of my book will be everyone who wants to read an adventure and romance story. It took two years to write my book. The title of my book Curdled Dream came to my mind by hearing song with those words in it.I assembled some pictures from my computer to make cover of my novel. Every chapter is hard to write and it is all my imagination.I researched about the Kalash tribe from different books and websites.I want to say to my readers:If you have an eye to read a good story this summer, Curdled Dream A Novel is the best choice to read due to its elegance and simplicity in style of writing with drama, suspense, twist in the plot to keep you glued in reading it. The book is worth the money spend on it and is available in all leading bookstores including Amazon
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Curdled Dream A Novel is interesting to read and it has a theme of a pagan tribe mercilessly converted into Islam in Pakistan besides flesh trade by well to do to earn extra buck and the hero of the novel, being an ethical man, tries to prevent the sinful activities, but he dies in the US without achieving his moral objectives in Pakistan. [by Muqeet Ahmad]