Dissenter. Prisoner. Survivor.
In the quiet depths of a jail cell–the story of a forgotten man, solitary and alone, unravels the truth behind the human mind and the limits it will go to retain its humanity. After condemning the regime of Saddam Hussein, Dr. Abdulla is spared the firing squad for a fate worse than death. Tucked away from the recesses of collective memory and out of reach from human contact, an agile mind slips into twilight and falls way into shadow.
Documented in a carefully kept journal, the journey of five long years begins with a single deep breath–as this brave man descends into the darkest corners of one’s imagination and struggles to hold onto his sanity. An incredible look into the lost world of the forgotten man–where even the word solitary fails to encompass the stunning finality of a world without.
Seen, heard, and read through the eyes of an able man–this unique portrayal of solitude speaks to the strength of the human spirit and its battle against the encroaching silence.
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I was born in a small town in southern Ontario, Canada, and always yearned to travel the world to experience new adventures within a variety of foreign lands. I remember as a young boy of five our family drove to Manitoba (over 1,600 kilometers), and as my siblings slept most of the time I was wide-eyed to the new world whizzing past us at 100 kilometers per hour
Fulfilling my wanderlust provides a rich and diversified quilt of experiences for my books. The many characters I write about are forged from the love of adventure manifested over decades of travel and research.
I have been writing since 2007 and have nineteen books on Kindle/Amazon focusing upon adventure and motivational/spiritual/self-help.