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About the Book
To reunite with his wife while she pursues her career and they settle the paperwork, Emir finally moves to Fayetteville, Arkansas. He has to start from the beginning again and intends for the painful opportunity to be a new chapter.
His complicated home life, his novel friendships with the Muslim internationals, his disengagement from his research and his mother’s health had been the center of his waking thoughts, that is until he meets Lacie Suchan and Maghniya Taia. His relentless pursuit to be part of the tranquil yet captivating duo brings him more than what he bargains for and precipitates painful memories, overwhelming confrontations and eventually, irreversible events.
DISCLAIMER: The potential reader is advised there are references to triggering topics in this book. Manipulative relationships, self-harm, trauma, racism, mental health, unaddressed trauma and suicide are excruciating and real parts of the lives of multiple households. They are rancid stigmas within societies that pretend to civilized, humane and egalitarian values.
While this book is not meant to provide education or an objective approach to these issues and how to tackle them, the Werths hope acknowledging the events and their vicious impact will bridge a way to empathize with survivors and hopefully catalyze an interest in getting properly educated, active and involved.
About the Author
The Werths is a collective, operating under pen names. This helps us in the quest of consolidating our literary work separately and according to available means so that we can share them with a wider audience, while ensuring we keep our anonymous lives and free agency over being part of the world as it unfolds organically, and writing to our own rhythm.
The focus is therefore on the narratives, the characters and the tackled ideas. We don’t cater to personal narratives and marketing the people behind the artist and have no social media presence save for the official website of the Hurry to the Capsule Atelier.
We thank you for your interest, appreciate your readership and hope you found something in our texts.