Humanity May Fail, Not Truth and Justice
Set in Afghanistan in the 1990s, Humanity May Fail, Not Truth and Justice is the riveting story of Naghma, a nomad who has come to Kabul with her child. As Naghma navigates survival in the city, her fate becomes entangled with Kammal, a kind man, as well as with Sher, a man who does not have her best interest at heart. In a dramatic series of events, Naghma faces choices which will affect her very survival, and reflect the tumultuous, transitional times in Afghanistan before U.S. involvement. Humanity May Fail, Not Truth and Justice brings a time and place alive in vivid detail and impresses the reader with its lively storytelling, all while exploring the themes of humanity, truth and justice. About the Author: Sayed H. Rohani grew up in Afghanistan and came to the U.S. in 1986. He currently resides in Dumont, New Jersey. He is writing his next book, which is also about Afghanistan, focusing on the subjects of political repression, attack on freedom and art, and the loss of lives. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/SayedHRohan
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