Chain Of Souls

Chain Of Souls

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by Dan Armstrong
     
 
It's the first year of India's independence from England. The creation of two nations, India for the Hindus, Pakistan for the Muslims, has become a nightmare of ethnic clashes and terrorism. Just as the violence is showing signs of easing, Gandhi is assassinated. With the entire subcontinent teetering on the edge of chaos, Roger Taylor, an American working for the

Overview

It's the first year of India's independence from England. The creation of two nations, India for the Hindus, Pakistan for the Muslims, has become a nightmare of ethnic clashes and terrorism. Just as the violence is showing signs of easing, Gandhi is assassinated. With the entire subcontinent teetering on the edge of chaos, Roger Taylor, an American working for the British intelligence service, is called on to defuse a series of death fasts protesting the partition of India-something that can only add tension to an already volatile situation. When the hardboiled Taylor arrives in the sacred city of Haridwar to confront the protesters, he encounters a woman who completely disarms him with her goodwill and depth of spirit. What begins as a political mission for Taylor unexpectedly becomes an excursion into Tibetan metaphysics and a life-changing glimpse into the workings of the wheel of life and death.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780983004509
Publisher:
Mud City Press
Publication date:
10/24/2010
Pages:
182
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.42(d)

Meet the Author

Dan Armstrong is the editor and owner of Mud City Press, a small publishing company and online magazine operating out of Eugene, Oregon. He has written extensively in both fiction and non-fiction. Access to his books, short stories, political commentary, humor, and environmental studies is available at www.mudcitypress.com.

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Chain Of Souls 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
DoranneLongPTMS More than 1 year ago
I feel honored to read this book by Dan Armstrong. I think it is well written and a powerful story worthy of sharing. Dan is skillful at weaving, and connecting, the past to the present, along with describing life on this earth and beyond, while being respectful of different cultures and beliefs.