Are we living in a free world without stereotyping and discrimination?
Sam, her husband Shawn and their daughters have faced the trials and challenges of finding their feet in a new country. Sam now has a steady job and their daughters' educations have gone well. Can their newfound happiness come without a price?
No sooner do they think their troubles are behind them when suddenly their life turns upside down. No matter how hard they try under the influence of the environment they change to a new version of themselves to fight for what is not in their control, and in this road they are led to a separated lifestyle and eventually get distance from each other.
In this true story every member of Sam's family reacts to trauma in their own way. Sam has been doubting unwanted strange changes related to politics and country but her family accuse her with being paranoid and delusional.
ISBN : 978-1-78830-935-6
Pages : 320
Size : 156x234
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Azamsadat Dayyan is a professional engineer who immigrated to Canada in 2001 with her husband and her two daughters. She has a long working experiences in heavy industry and construction and for most of her life she was working as a project controls engineer.
She started writing to speak up for herself and those who suffer in silence from discrimination and stereotyping. Her dad was a newspaper owner and auditor and she learned from him how stand up for what is right by using pen and writing.