Eruption: Islam the Curse of Iran [NOOK Book]

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The lives of women in Iran, under the scourge of 1400 years of Islam, are about to change. The transition began with a nine-year-old maid's daughter and a clergyman's wife. They both investigated Muhammad from his very roots and proved him to be a criminal and a pedophile. As Persian women struggled to break loose from the misogynistic chain of Islam, one man knew that the ayatollahs in Iran had build on a volcano and that volcano was about to ...
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Overview

The lives of women in Iran, under the scourge of 1400 years of Islam, are about to change. The transition began with a nine-year-old maid's daughter and a clergyman's wife. They both investigated Muhammad from his very roots and proved him to be a criminal and a pedophile. As Persian women struggled to break loose from the misogynistic chain of Islam, one man knew that the ayatollahs in Iran had build on a volcano and that volcano was about to erupt. That man was the Solutionist, and this is his saga.

The Solutionist is a supernatural being and a wonder of creation -- born and reborn to suffer, survive and thrive. He fought in his past two lives for those who had been divided, misguided, and exploited. He is back to break the unbreakable, to liberate Persian women whose daily lives have become a struggle against prejudice and patriarchy of Islam. The Solutionist galvanizes them, and they rally behind him to overcome their 1400-year-old ordeal. The saga commences in 605 BC on the desolate Persian plateau, where Ahriman (Satan), receives a celestial warning.
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In this stimulating tale of enlightenment Cyrus Kayvan explores a genre that not only condemns demagogy and dogma, but adds a science-fiction twist to it. The author paints a mirror image of bigots and the exploiters in the beasts of the Demonic Council as the rats and foxes, and illustrates Kabba as Ahriman's temple, where Satan deliver his infamous speech and reveals his evil strategy.
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In this stimulating tale of enlightenment Keyvan DeBash explores a genre that not only condemns demagogy and dogma, but adds a science-fiction twist to it. The author paints a mirror image of bigots and the exploiters in the beasts of the Demonic Council as the rats and foxes, and illustrates Mecca as Ahriman's temple, where Satan deliver his infamous speech and reveals his evil strategy.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149189731
  • Publisher: K1Publishing.com
  • Publication date: 7/8/2014
  • Series: Islam the Curse of Iran , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 146
  • Sales rank: 849,608
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Cyrus Kayvan was born into a military family in Iran, and in 1988 emigrated to France, where he studied, French literature, and the philosophers of the age of enlightenment at the Faculty of Literature, Art & Sciences in Nice.

Although he had a successful real estate career, he left the picturesque Cote D’Azur, behind, and moved to the US to develop his artistic potential. He taught himself English and studied, world history, political science, English literature, the American Revolution, and WWII.

Kayvan has made three movies. The first, which was confiscated by the Islamic régime, was a comedy based on Oliver Twist, made in Iran when he was 13. The second was a romantic drama, shot in Los Angeles in 1999, and the third was a fantasy-tragedy based on climate change, shot in the Mojave dessert in 2008. During this time, he also wrote two screenplays, one on the reincarnation of an ancient anti-conformist philosopher, and the second about a metal band in San Francisco.

In 2010, he embarked on an epic book series as a full-time writer, while simultaneously writing two works of nonfiction: Political Virtue (a constitutional dissertation) and The Exclusionists (the dark side of Cannes and Hollywood).
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2014

    Very insightful, entertaining, easy read, page turner.

    I like three things about this book , one it is like Wow! This just happen like roller c. N then there r these crazy chrachters from all ranges, what is facinating that he manged to squiz lot of information in the action n dialoge. Sorry fortypo I'm on my phone in subway.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2014

    Loved the book, well written

    Loved the book, well written

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2014

    A funny fantsy book

    I loved it because it was action adventure n funny

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2014

    Modern day tresaure hunt for information

    In this, beautifully written fiction, author pays poignant tribute to women's right, dwe women won! A sci-fiction filled with nonfiction information. This is a national literary treasure and I can smell this book as an award winner. More please.

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