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Trafford Publishing, 2012 - Fiction - 102 pages
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The story written in Malay gives readers an insight in the lives of people living in cosmopolitan Malacca city during the early 16th Century. This included important figures such as the ruler, Sultan Mahmud Shah, his able Prime Minister, Tun Mutahir, the free-spirited daughter, Tun Fatimah and their luminary adversary, Admiral Afonso du Albuquerque. It shares their aspirations, concerns and fears with the arrival of new wave of traders from Europe. The story culminated with the downfall of this city in the hands of the Portugese which was vividly described.

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He is an ardent fan of history and human civilisation. He has read a lot of books and materials on the subject of his latest novel, and aspired to share it with others. It is a story based on his own research that spanned almost thirty years, and which he has his complete satisfaction with its outcome.

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