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The Warlock of the Village
A downpour turns a stream into a raging torrent, cutting the bottom of a mysterious hill and revealing its secrets to Siamand, the young shepherd. The stream does its work, then hides the cut after some years when Siamand’s life has changed to directions of which he never thought.
So far, Siamand is destined to live out his life as a shepherd to the Agha of the village. And now he decides to follow his dreams of wealth.
Paper back: https://www.amazon.com/dp/9933916440
A Murder in the Cretaceous Period
(The Masters of the Earth)
The City is a Monster
Rasti, a theater director with psychological problems and illusions; humorous, though, hates the city for its falsities and crowdedness and its fake people.
One day, a rich man, impressed by a detective play Rasti directed, asks him to investigate who murdered his son and kidnapped his daughter.
Rasti starts the task, without a plan, as always. He has to escape twice, the second time to his imaginary world; The Silver Land, where he is known as Tatanka Igluha (The Free Buffalo).
Tatanka does the dinosaurs a great favor, but he also harms them, and he sees how the city defeated him once more, now in his beloved world. He goes back to his original world, deciding to play the game of force and deceit like the others, and not to let the city defeat him this time. But which one will prevail; his new character or his natural one?
Kindle Edition: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GB8YFSG
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The Bigs and the Littles
The Bigs lie to the Littles
Alan, my big brother, is seventeen. He’s tall and skinny. When walking, he bends his legs weirdly. We call him “the stork of our home”. Alan moves sluggishly and speaks, slowly, a broken language, with no rules of grammar or vocabulary. Our mom is fond of him and is scared to death of him being seduced by girls. But girls mean nothing to him. Alan has the heart of a baby. He loves sparrows a lot.
We, and Lana, our little kid sister, lived happily, until one night Alan and I, with our friend, Zhilman, did a dangerous thing and discovered a secret in both our families’ life, and became aware of the secret life of the big men in our society as well. Our stork couldn’t stand it and left to where he thought he would hear no lies. I was left alone, thinking of revenge on whom we thought to be the cause of our families’ misery. But not quite alone; I had my friend Zhilman with me. I hated Zhilman before, but he became my revenge-partner. Zhilman! A plump, big-skulled, red-faced, noisy kid who thought of himself as a movie star. I’m called Twana and I’m twelve. Nevertheless, my story is not for kids, or that’s what I think. I have my reasons.
On Barnes & Noble:https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-bigs-and-the-littles-fadhil-qaradaghi/1125296178
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