Fabyan Place is a wartime historical fiction set against WW-II. The scaffold of the story is based on the brutalities endured by prisoners of wars (POWs) in Nazi camps, and racial discrimination faced by native and black soldiers of the USA army. Sonny and John are the lead characters. The author introduces them intermittently.
The Man from Nowhere by Saurav Dutt is a classic and thought-provoking read on racial abuse and discrimination. It tells the woeful tale of a clumsy and recluse man whom his society people blame for bad things. Will he come out or do something weird? The take on racial abuse that immigrants face in the USA is real and heartbreaking. A great novel by Saurav Dutt.
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worldwide, and he did not stop there. Dr Jean-Paul Faure translates Asian literature into French, especially, work of Sri Lankan authors with whom he has a particular affiliation. The country where he served over four years as a diplomat.
Reflection by Adam Ostaszewski is a terrific collection of six long stories that are staged against different worlds, mostly in future. Adam’s stories are set in different tone, slightly off the conventional track. But due to this reason, the collection is exciting and a pleasure to read.
Trafficked Innocence puts all efforts to highlight the underbelly of human trafficking. It entertains but also sends strong message for the society that overlooks the issues of human trafficking, child slavery, beggary, sex workers position and much more. It is a good novel with solid stories inside of main to auxiliary characters.
Sri Lanka is the birthplace of several multitalented, visionary and unconventional artists. They range from writers to performing artists who have swum across the ring of salty waters and show the world the irresistible might the island nation possesses. They are the magic coins of countries creative economies, the glue of the nation united future, and the ambassadors of Sri Lanka