On a sunny day amidst the jubilant London crowds celebrating Queen Vistoria’ s Diamon Jubilee, Captain Stephen Hamilton finds himself at the prime of his life, living his childhood dream… … With a beautiful wife, two loving children and a successful military career, his future and the world beckons… … tragedy strikes and Samsara moon takes the reader on Stephen’ s journey of recovery. From Ireland to South Africa to India this is an epic tale of faith, conviction, and personal evolution set on the grand stage of vast British Empire.
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