Memories from the East: Pearls and Tears

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AuthorHouse, Jan 13, 2012 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Multi talented Gerald Arsov was born to parents who were never meant to stay long together. The relationship ended in a crime where the father murdered the mother, This is the heart of women the father said to Gerald as he held the heart of his wife in his hand and raised it in front of his son. The shock of the scene never vanished from the memory of the child and accompanied him throughout his life. As he grows up, Gerald develops interest in gaining new skills in life, but the sorrow in him forces him to make a vow in the young age to kill himself when he reaches 29. He takes the adventure to travel to a few countries in the East and in every stop he meets girls most of whom he involves with sexually. But sadness is just great and years pass by. Pearls can melt into tears.

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About the author (2012)

I am a native of the United Arab Emirates. My first language is Arabic and I started learning English late as it was the requirement of my college. To improve my English, I started reading and writing, and from there I developed the love for books and writing in English. I completed my bachelor's degree in Business Information Technology and I working now as a programmer in Dubai Aluminium Company, DUBAL. I am 29 years old and married. I love exploring new hobbies and learn new things especially that is related to art.

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