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Thesis and antithesis of the Bible story, written in a stylistic, spiritual, and awakening manner.

When Cain and Abel, the sons of Adam and Eve, meet each other and the Serpent in a mysterious park, the story of the Garden of Eden gets re-examined.

This is a dramatic fiction dealing with the man's first disobedience against god, according to the Bible. This compelling, philosophical novel encourages the real growth of mankind, breaking out of psychological slavery imposed by outside forces. The unique style of the novel goes beyond the boundary of the traditional literary genres.

©2016 MD Zakir Hossain (P)2016 MD Zakir Hossain

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  • 05-06-2020

Crazy and ground breaking

Very creative work on 'the garden of Eden' myth. Thought provoking book that raised questions to our traditional minds.

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  • 03-05-2020

New light on traditional faith

God is criticised, Satan is hero. The writer put our tradition belief system up-side-down and pointed at the new understanding of religions and life. Great one.

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