DAYS OF SORROW: WAITING FOR MY HUSBAN TO DIE

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This is a moving story about deceit, lies and cheating in marriage. Narrated in the multiple voices of anguish, torment, torture and pain. The essential core of this novel is a kaleidoscope of a dysfunctional life, living and mere existing. Portrayal is by different characters in different manifestations. Imagine a bomb blasting a serene Sunday breakfast. There is also a dear dark darling at a train station waiting for the death of her husband; a man feeling the stringing pain of yesterday playing pools while his wife dies quietly at home of breast cancer and a mother waiting for post cards from her dad 22 years after he walked away from the family: father’s last note to a son on death row wishing him death by execution.

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DAYS OF SORROW: WAITING FOR MY HUSBAN TO DIE

Submitted: August 12, 2009

This is a moving story about deceit, lies and cheating in marriage. Narrated in the multiple voices of anguish, torment, torture and pain. The essential core of this novel is a kaleidoscope of a dysfunctional life, living and mere existing. Portrayal is by different characters in different manifestations. Imagine a bomb blasting a serene Sunday breakfast. There is also a dear dark darling at a train station waiting for the death of her husband; a man feeling the stringing pain of yesterday playing pools while his wife dies quietly at home of breast cancer and a mother waiting for post cards from her dad 22 years after he walked away from the family: father’s last note to a son on death row wishing him death by execution. Read Chapter


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