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Posted on Wednesday, January 02, 2002 - 8:46 am:   

hi friend

i am magan from michigan. I have just finished reading this wonderful
novel On The Brink of Death, written by an Indian author Sanjay Sonawani
and I thought you would equally enjoy reading it. An absorbing and
soul-stirring tale, it engrosses the reader’s imagination right from the
first page. Its easy flow and simple language help one remember its
passages long after one has finished reading. Sentences like, “Death is one
thing that no one in his right mind desires in a hurry” are truly

Taking the backdrop of the ghastly assassination, the author weaves a
stunning tale of ruthless victimization, appalling conspiracies, mean
political games and astounding courage and persistence of two unfortunate
friends – one, a simple fisherman and the other, a highly educated man
forced in to terrorist activities - separated by circumstance and then
united in a dramatic situation. The novel goes on to expose the
international conspiracy behind the assassination and in the process it
presents and exposition on the ethnic and religious divide and the increasing
fundamentalist attitude. A must read for all those who want to have an
insight into the Asian fundamentalist psyche.

Click the link to get the book.

. http://www.authorsden.com/visit/author.asp?AuthorID=3600



Cheers !!!

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