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The paintings of a modern day Sozhenitsyn that exposes acts of violence and brutality dedicated via the Syrian regime. This compelling first novel is the spectacular tale of a Syrian political prisoner of judgment of right and wrong atheist fallacious for a thorough Islamist who used to be locked up for thirteen years with out trial in a single of the main infamous prisons within the center East. the radical takes the shape of a diary which Musa retains in his head after which writes down upon his liberate. In Tadmur felony, the temper is of course bleak and but usually very fantastically captured. The narrator, a tender graduate, is defiant and stoical, and in some way in a position to decide upon humor and irony within the surprising occasions and characters he describes. thought of via many within the Arab international to be a logo of the Syrian competition within the present civil battle, this novel presents a vital point of view at the tragedy the Syrian individuals are residing via.

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