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Once Upon a Monsoon

Esoof, A. Rashid

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ISBN 10: 1463658729 / ISBN 13: 9781463658724
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform 2011-08-24, 2011
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Title: Once Upon a Monsoon

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform 2011-08-24

Publication Date: 2011

Binding: PAPERBACK

Book Condition:Very Good

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A STORY OF BURMA. Of a time of great political upheaval. The Coup D'Etat of 1962, that permanently established the rule of General Ne Win, set into motion a series of events that brought on the long suffering years for the people of Burma, affectionately called "The Land of the Golden Pagodas". The story movingly narrates the fears, hardships, bloodshed, loves and hatreds of the time. From the eyes of one, the story tells of the countless whose lives were forever transformed into the abyss. A country, that was the pride of South East Asia, was, in a very short span of time, thrust upon a path to become one of the poorest nations on earth. It is a must read for all who value the basic human right of Life, Liberty and the persuit of Happiness. It will be an eye opener for the many who know so little of this wonderful land. A true life chronicle not to be missed.

About the Author:

A.Rashid Esoof, the Author, has no special qualifications or past writings that he can reference to. But he writes from the heart, his recollections of the happy childhood days of growing up in Burma and the subsequent turmoil that changed everything.

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