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“Being a literature major and an occasional writer myself, I am only too aware of how writers are often very shy to the point of being secretive. It is therefore amazing how Nolan Jazimreg, in his second novel, lifts the “veil” (reminiscent of Shelley’s) of the “parallel spiritual realm” whereby he was “transcended” by his condition and its ensuing “setbacks”. His aim, in his first novel, is truly admirable–it is to “inspire younger generations to create a better, just and peaceful world, unlike the painful one that he journeyed through”. Writing these novels were acts of courage, motivated by a selfless desire to spare the generations that are to come after him, from the wrenching pain of growing up from childhood to adulthood, in 3 political systems that are worlds apart, esp. the first and the third. May we laud him for not allowing the loss of his first love and the discrimination he underwent, to embitter and disillusion him. Instead, he has taken the positive step of writing and publishing these experiences, an example some of us would do well to follow.”

Ethel David


Veritas est Libertas – Book Synopsis

What instigates as a benevolent endeavour to unite humankind, the UN’s Convention on the Secret of Divine Civilisation turns into a devastating initiative that arouses further divisions, threatening the future existence of the United Nations.

Alexander Kushtetuta is the orphan entrusted with an inconceivable mission to free people from existing deceptions and develop a new righteous world constitution expected to be adopted by United Nations’ member states.

However, his idyllic life on the enchanting island of Corsica abruptly perishes when his native country immerses into an ethnic war, whereby his Muslim mother, Nana splits up from Ati, his Orthodox father.

Unable to cope with war and his parent’s break up, Alexander undergoes an agonising nervous breakdown, spurring social unrest throughout the world by condemning God and the entire human race.

Six months ahead of the next UN General Assembly session that would terminate the implementation of its Convention, Alexander reveals profound insights into into how hatred infiltrates us, oppressing our adeptness to be happy.

Veritas est Libertas – Chapter 3

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Veritas est Libertas – Chapter 1

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