27 + 27 Paperback
One Woman, One Life, One Truth
by Edwin Paul Franklin;
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27 + 27
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This story recalls the life of a woman named 'Amsaveni' who lived between twenty-seven and twenty-seven, taking a journey between the two deaths with great willpower, patience, perseverance, and motivation fuelled by the one truth she identified.
Battling the social issues of her time; living womanhood with a passion; excelling in her roles as daughter, wife, daughter-in-law, mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother; and an encouraging example to others even while being bedridden for more than two decades, this woman proved she was more than a conqueror.
She searched for a true love, struggled without hope, and strived for internal peace. Trying to embrace death at a heart-wrecking suicide, she discovered one truth that set her free, gave her peace that this world couldn't afford, and filled her with a limitless joy.
She thrived in all areas of a successful life of any woman. She lived her faith in action and left a legacy behind.
"She will be really appreciated by every woman, especially the mothers."
-Dr. Joseph Xavier Latha, Head of Welfare
"This story made me think, 'Why not live life to the fullest?'"
-Ms. Vithya Jayaraman, IT professional
"This woman's story is a masterpiece."
-Dr. Ramesh Rajendran, Oncosurgeon
"This book will be a key for revival in the twenty-first century."
-Ms. Mary Princess Lavanya, Professor
27 + 27 by Edwin Paul Franklin was published by WestBow Press in June 2014. The ISBN for 27 + 27 is 9781490835600.
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|Page last updated||9th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Edwin Paul Franklin|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||WestBow Press (June 2014)|
|Number of Pages||158|