Life and Death Struggle Touches on the Meaning
of Separation Novel Tells of War and Peace
The Red Wrath: A Journey between Two Destinies is the story of young boy who lives in Afghanistan in the 1970s. But this intense novel goes much deeper than that.
The author ponders the nature of separation and why it can sometimes feel so cruel. But is separation really cruel or can it teach us something? Is separation the true test of feelings? Perhaps separation is a true friend, and through it we can hold on to our memories by filling different corners of our heart with those we have loved and lost. After all, what is it that we take with us when we die except for memories?
When we die and go where our beliefs have promised to take us, we go on A Journey between Two Destinies, where those who have died before have already gone. Then we can only wait for those who follow us.
THE RED WRATH: A JOURNEY BETWEEN TWO DESTINIES (ISBN: 978-1-61897-459-4) is now available for $24.50 and can be ordered through the publisher’s website:
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About the Author: Born in Afghanistan, Hatef Mokhtar grew up in a refugee camp in Pakistan. He is now working as the Editor in Chief of The Oslo Times in Oslo, Norway. “The cries and sorrow of my homeland inspired me to write this book.”
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- ISBN-10: 1618974599 & ISBN-13: 9781618974594
- Publisher: Strategic Book Group, LLC
- Publication date: 7/31/2012
- Pages: 474
- Product dimensions: 6.00 x 9.00 (h) x 1.06 (d)
- The Red Wrath
- A Journey Between Two Destinies
- Authors and contributors
- By (author) Hatef Mokhtar
- Physical properties
- Format: Paperback
Number of pages: 474
Width: 152 mm
Height: 229 mm
Thickness: 26 mm
Weight: 691 g