Book: The Cursed Nation by Tim I. Gurungcategories: Book, Cotemporary Fiction, Non-Fiction, Genre Fiction, Sociology, Politics, Social Issues, Dirty Politics, Corruption, Humans Greed, Selfishness, Self-Enrichment, Literary Fiction
Tim I. Gurungabout this book: Despite being rich in abundance of natural resources, some nation still remain poor, weak, and underdeveloped. The government is corrupted, inefficient and crippled with bureaucracy. The leaders are greedy, selfish and self-serving. And the people are poor, weak and suffering from a myriad of injustice, atrocity and lack of prospects. The life of people from such nation is not less painful than people from a cursed nation, it depicts a sad story of a nation in real trouble, and shows how bad people can ruin a nation in no time.
It is a book mixed with reality and fiction, it is also a book for young people who have interests on serious global and social issues, and can be an eye-opener to many that such places still do exist in the real world.
I write only for my charity, my main purpose of writing books is to help support the poor and needy children and I use all the proceeds from my book to run my charity!
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