The Pacifist

The Pacifist

by Mehreen Ahmed

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BN ID: 2940154096284
Publisher: Cosmic Teapot Publishing
Publication date: 05/11/2017
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 714 KB

About the Author

Queensland writer, Mehreen Ahmed has been publishing since 1987. Her writing career began with journalism, academic reviews and articles. Her journalistic articles appeared in The Sheaf, a campus newspaper for the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, between 1987 and 1999. She has written academic book reviews and articles and has published them in notable peer-reviewed journals in her area of study. Mostly introspective, Mehreen also writes fiction. Set in Brisbane Queensland, Jacaranda Blues is her debut novella, written in a stream of consciousness style. A featured author for Story Institute, she has published The Blotted Line, a collection of short stories. More recently, Snapshots and Moirae were first published by PostScript Editions, UK in 2010 and a second edition by Cosmic Teapot Publishing, Canada in 2016. Her flash fiction, The Portrait has been published by Straylight Literary Magazine, a biannual magazine of the University of Wisconsin-Parkland, English Department. She has earned two MA degrees. One in English and the other in Computer Assisted Language Learning (Applied Linguistics) from Dhaka University and the University of Queensland, Brisbane Australia.

Table of Contents

The Benefactor

Seed

Dream-Catcher

A Rip in the Sheet

Hamlet’s Ghost

The Callous Whisperers

Moldy Batter

Cosmic Waves

Burn Ulysses

First Word

Fair dinkum

What’s in a name?

All’s fair in love and war

Rainstorm Gully

Needle in a Haystack

A Reflection

The Mirror

The Red Folder

Hourglass

Denouement

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The Pacifist 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Amys_Bookshelf_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Storytelling at its best! This book was nominated for one of my Best Indie Titles of 2017 awards on my author blog, and I was honored to already have read the book before the nomination. Something about the way this story was put together and how it was told, draws the reader in immediately. Ahmed shows the audience the difference between richness and poverty. Being rich or poor is not an issue when it comes to love, but it can be, especially in one’s own mind. The pen is a grand storyteller, and it paints a wondrous and dark story that brings the reader right in the middle of the families, and the secrets that are held close. Darkness is a loom over the story, but it brings that element that is needed, a hint of realism and soulfulness of both Peter and Rose. The demons of the past are sure to haunt the future, and the backstory is what makes the story enriching and compelling.