SEVEN DAYS IN MOZANDAH
by Nigel Anthony Spence
Published: June 2006
Size: 210mm x 148mm
During a violent thunderstorm on the night of his thirteenth birthday, his coming of age, Simon Cooper has a terrifying vision. He sees that his destiny is to travel to some of the world’s most remote and dangerous places.
Twenty-five years later, his employer, an international investment bank, sends him to the unstable Central Asian country of Mozandah for seven days. He meets Mashta, the beautiful, young daughter of the Finance Minister. They fall in love, but the universe likes to play games with people’s lives.
Following a “chance” meeting with a waiter in a bar, Simon takes a local, sacred drink. This transports him into a parallel universe inhabited by shamen and Mongol Hordes. Here he discovers the true meaning
of love and his terrifying vision, changing his life
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