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VAMPIRE SOLDIER VOL-2

Novel By: Fahmid
Fantasy


After the events of Vol.1, the war convinced Dhrubo to go to Culcatta to keep his mother to the mental asylum. Unexpected forces are coming back.This time they are both good and evil... But who is behind this evil doings? Is it Niloy or Hameed Khan? Somehow, Dhrubo joins with the people who are guerrillas. He is also saving the poor people from the evil forces. Thoma and Mehfuz enters his life as a new guide of life and death... The trio must defeat the culprit...Will Bangladesh win? Will Bengal win? View table of contents...


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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Submitted:Aug 6, 2011    Reads: 40    Comments: 6    Likes: 1   


NOTE

This is a conclusion of the epic VAMPIRE SOLDIER-dilogy. As people who thought Dhrubo and his friends were dead is wrong. This is dedicated to all my friends and family.

PROLOGUE

Before knowing the story, I want to give you some brief information about the history and culture of Bangladesh:

'Bangladesh was used to be called Bengal. It was first ruled by the Hindus, the Gupta Empire. Then ruled by the Pala Dynasty, the Buddhists and they believe in brotherhood and equality. Their stories and rules were written in inscriptions. After hundred years it was again ruled by the Hindus. Then Bengal was ruled by a Persian nobleman, Ikhtiyaar Uddin Bakhtiyaar Khaliji. The whole Bengal was conquered by Iliyas Shahi. His rule was based on brotherhood and equality. He defeated the emperors of most places in Bengal. Then it was ruled by the Mughals to spread Islam literally.

Finally, the British conquered Bengal while the Mughals were becoming weaker. We also remember that Pakistan, India, Srilanka and Bangladesh were brothers. We used to live in a sub-continent called India. For some circumstances India was partitioned to their respective names. Bangladesh was one of them. This novel and VOL.1 might tell you about how Bangladesh became poor (in the present situation of the story).'

The government had opened the borders of Bengal and India with the support of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, the daughter of the former Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. Most people were migrating to India for a hideous war-1971 Liberation War. Most women were missing in the mental asylum. The doctors and nurses were attacked by the unseen forces.

Next day, in the college, Dhrubo was lecturing the students about politics in the basement. Suddenly one of the students gave him a letter:

28th December 1971 (in Advance)

Dacca

Dear Guardian,

The patient is acting strange. She was too scared. Most patients were missing. You have to discharge the patient because there would be continuous attacks in the hospital or otherwise, you have to stay with her.

Sincerely Yours

Dr. Prakash Chatterjee





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