Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) March 14, 2006
Indonesians will read the upcoming World Cup 2006 tournament in advance. Under an agreement between the Mizan Learning Center and Author of the book; "Three Lions Roar: A Novel of World Cup 2006" will be published in Indonesia on May 2006. This is the second Asian Language that Three Lions Roar: A Novel Of World Cup 2006 has been translated.
Three Lions Roar is like a summer blockbuster; it's a book with everything. It has sports action, a heartfelt love story, three dimensional relationships, and the challenges of everyday living.
The book is the perfect combination of all genres. There is just enough soccer to make it exciting and just enough love to make it real and personal.
A reader says, "The soccer games never got boring, and the love was never sappy. Mr. Ozturk's expertise on soccer and excellent writing come through strongly in every page. I strongly recommend this book to the hardcore soccer fan, the young athlete, the emotional reader, and everyone in between."
Every four years, football (soccer) experts make their predictions about what team they think will go all the way to the World Cup Championship. But never before has an author so boldly written about the unknown results of this great sporting event, until Umut Ozturk (Author of America Hates Me, But I Still Love Her!).
In author Ozturk’s spellbinding speculative fiction, Three Lions Roar: A Novel of World Cup 2006, England embarks upon the road to the World Cup trophy forty years after they last reached the ultimate victory. While this new English football team lacks the legendary Bobby Charlton, it makes up for the loss with two new heroes. These two men, coach Robbie Kiel and captain Josh Roark, lead their team to new heights and develop a bond that runs deeper than either man could imagine. Their lives become intertwined not only through their passion for football, but by their relationship as father and son. Yet this fact remains unbeknownst to both Robbie and Josh. Only Katie Roark, Robbie’s lost love and Josh’s mother, knows the truth. This secret connects the three characters while they struggle not only in the world of football, but also to simply live life.
As England’s team moves closer and closer to the championship, the lives of Robbie, Josh, and Katie become inextricably entangled. The excitement of football and the drama of everyday living build to a thrilling climax that will bring glory back to English football and forever change their three lives.
In unprecedented fashion, Umut Ozturk takes us through the World Cup experience from beginning to end. Ozturk’s wonderful writing style and enchanting story will captivate everyone from the reader with no previous knowledge about football to the hardcore sports fan. This story is football with heart, in every sense of the word.
Three Lions Roar: A Novel of World Cup 2006 was released in July of 2005. Within 10 days in the internet book stores, it has become the best seller amongst all “World Cup” related books.
Amazon United Kingdom, Amazon.com and http://www.Amazon.ca are shipping Three Lions Roar: A Novel of World Cup 2006 within 24 hours. Barnes and Noble’s (http://www.bn.com)delivery time two to three days. Amazon Germany (http://www.amazon.de) and Amazon France (http://www.amazon.fr) ship Three Lions Roar in 1-2 weeks.