In this stimulating saga of enlightenment Keyvan De Bash explores a genre that not only condemns demagogy and dogma, but adds a paranormal twist. The Lord of Persia is a thought provoking piece with political overtones.
Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/17/2014 -- In this stimulating saga of enlightenment Keyvan De Bash explores a genre that not only condemns demagogy and dogma, but adds a paranormal twist. The Lord of Persia is a thoughtprovoking piece with political overtones. The series spans three millennia and embraces an array of both real and fictional characters, such as William Shakespeare, Ayatollah Khamenei (the tyrant), his controversial wife Khojasteh, Mazdak (the oracle) and Ahriman (Satan), each contributing in their own unique way to the intrigue of the story. The central character, The Solutionist, transcends the boundaries of time and place. He is reincarnated three times in three thousands years to vanquish his archenemy, Ahriman. The author paints a mirror image of bigots and the exploiters in the beasts of the Demonic Council, and illustrates a high shrine as Ahriman’s temple, where Ahriman deliver his infamous speech and reveals his evil strategy. Under Ahriman’s command, three kinds of creatures live in the Underworld, each representing a group of people on Earth in their past and future lives.
The secrecies and hypocrisies of religion, and its liaison to colonialism are deftly exposed. From the sordid prisons of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the sumptuous palaces of the Ayatollahs, from desolate deserts of Aryan Plateau to sulfurous infernos of the Underworld, and from the Zoroastrians Tower of Silence to Winchester’s abbey in England, the reader is swept along on an amazing journey which races toward its climactic end.
An ancient king of Persia is reincarnated to liberate his people from scourge and suffocation of Islam, and to revive the once-mighty Persian Empire.
About K1 Publishing
Keyvan De Bash is a first-time novelist and The Lord of Persia is his first book. He was born in Iran and spent ten years of his youth in the south of France, where he studied the philosophers of the age of enlightenment. He then migrated to the USA to study general history, political science, the American Revolution, and cinema. Since 2010, Kryvan De Bash has been writing The Lord of Persia, and is finally able to release the first Book.
The Lord of Persia: Series 1- Book 1:
Author: Keyvan De Bash
Publisher: K1 Publishing
Publication date: March, 2014
Binding Type: Paperback, 5x8
Page Count: 172
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