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The Eternal Doom -- Part One: Falling Into Darkness

Rehma Zaheer Ghaus

Rehma Zaheer Ghaus' extraordinary novel is set in a world where humanity has realized its deepest dream: the conquest of immortality

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ISBN : 9781848979109
Published : 27/09/2018
Pages : 654
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Rehma Zaheer Ghaus

Describing in a third person voice, is the best way for the writer to write good about himself, but pardon me, for I am not going to describe myself through a third person voice, how can the soul describe itself through another voice when she herself is created as one voice. Dear world, there is nothing to know or tell about me, or perhaps I have nothing to share about the experiences I go through in my life, my knowledge and education doesn't stand on an any kind of worldly degrees, all my experiences are apart from the attachment of worldly activities, as this book is all knowledge I am holding inside.

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Rehma Zaheer Ghaus' extraordinary novel is set in a world where humanity has realized its deepest dream: the conquest of immortality. It follows three main narratives through this strange new world: the story of Stephen, accused, falsely or otherwise, of a terrible crime; of Mr. Walter, a celebrated novelist who dreams only of reuniting his childhood playmates; and of Lester, whose sister Amy has fallen victim to a cocaine addiction for which Lester is himself partly responsible. All three stories are continually shadowed by the spirit world, of angels and demons, to which Rehma Zaheer is unusually sensitive. All exemplify the troubling, and perhaps disastrous consequences, of a world from which humanity's deepest fear - death - has been banished. The result is much more than a work of fiction. Rehma's book places in question the future of humanity itself.

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