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Josef is a young, talented, and successful manager of a big American company in New York. He is also a son of USSR immigrants. For the first time in twenty years, Josef travels back to his homeland, where he hopes to meet his old friends. However, what he sees there shocks him beyond expectation. Readers will follow this intriguing and exciting read to find out what happens in author Izek Aliev’s The Last Illusion.
All of his three friends have been killed in the Chechnya (Russia) and Kara bah (Azerbaijan) wars. When he comes back to New York, he is depressed and withdraws into his shell. One night, prophets appear to him and entrust him with a divine mission. The Prophets tell him that mankind is in danger and is impetuously heading towards self-destruction. It is necessary to stop this mortal step. The New Messiah has to bring people to the Indivisible Creator. In order to give proof to the people that he is the real Messiah, Josef decides to settle the very complicated Armenian-Azerbaijan Kara bah conflict. What will he find in the Kara bah mountains and what future awaits him?
Filled with suspense and surprises, The Last Illusion will surely absorb readers until the whole story unfolds. This book will be featured at the 2011 BookExpo America in New York City, NY on May 26-28, 2011. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.
*All contents of this book are in the Russian language
About the Author
Izek Aliev was born in Baku, Azerbaijan, in 1955. He graduated from Azerbaijan State University, majoring in Geology and Geography. In 1983 he had completed his dissertation and received a PhD in Geography. He is the author of novel "Self perception of dilettante", 1995. Presently he is living in New York.
The Last Illusion * by Izek Aliev
Publication Date: April 15, 2010
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