Cricket is not just a sport. It is art. It is science. It is grandeur too — a classy, intricate blend of morphology and organisation — one that is always fascinating for the language of the mind, heart, and soul to flower forth into the world.
Time waits for no man or woman, it moves on through ups and downs and tribulations, but in the midst of all the pain is an insurmountable amount of hope. If you catch a small glimmer of hope, you can catch the last ride to your dreams.
A companion book to The Judgement Game (Promontory Press 2013) Let’s Play The Game is a work book for schools, reading groups and classes in critical thinking, ESL, legal theory, crime and punishment.
The country of Torcia has created clones at one of its forensic center´s to explore and develop a new world order. A journalist follows the story of the country’s attempt to save the human race. She enters a dystopian world and finds a meeting place of good and evil.
“Healing The Writer” is a memoir that reads like a compelling mystery story. Why did Dan Hays walk away from publication not once, but twice? What was the cause of the writer’s block he struggled with for many years?
Jaydeep Sarangi’s poems demonstrate his propensity for social and political commitment; and his verses reflect and refract the existing poignant scenario. The language is rich with generous use of adjectives and metaphors enabling the reader to experience every encounter he undertakes.
Dressed in costumes to disguise their identity, people in rural communities would visit the home of newly married couples to offer their mock serenade, with horns, whistles, drums, and wild dancing.
On futuristic Earth twin siblings escape to the big city seeking the truth about their mother’s death only to fall prey to a web of treachery, lies, and deceit.
Vietnam is the canvas upon which Bruce’s experiences during the American war are juxtaposed with stories of the Vietnamese who survive the same war and offer friendship forty years later. The challenges and tribulations these two retirees face living in a communist third-world country are rendered in rich detail, alongside the heartening and exhilarating moments that come with immersion in a culture of forgiving, caring, resilient and courageous people. The book reflects a personal odyssey of hope and reconciliation for a couple surprised and delighted by this unexpected turn on their path to retirement.
King of the Class takes Israel’s deep internal religious and political divisions to their logical dystopian conclusion. The novel is satirically set in the near future in a post-civil war Israel divided into two states: the religious fundamentalist state of Shalem and the militant secular state of Israel.