the world today needs to learn how to coexist and conquer barriers
(PRWEB) September 26, 2012
NEW MARKET, Ontario – Ashraf Jafri takes the reader on a journey across three different continents, intertwining love, tragedy and political turmoil in his first ever release, “House of Savera” (published by AuthorHouse).
Madrid, Moscow and Montreal set the background for the three tales in “House of Savera.” Three individuals star in their own stories, experiencing different aspects of humanity which ultimately bring them all to Toronto. There they are able to live together in harmony. Jafri explains that “the world today needs to learn how to coexist and conquer barriers,” as his characters show in “House of Savera.”
Jafri takes a real-world look at the turmoil he has experienced in his life through the fictionalized reality he pens throughout the book. “My book is uniting nations through love and marriage not dividing them as is shown on television everyday.”
About the Author
Ashraf Jafri was born in 1925 in India. He migrated to Pakistan in 1947, traveling to England in 1950. He joined the Royal Pakistan Air force as a cadet and was sent to Florida in 1952 to train as a fighter pilot. After returning to Pakistan, he moved to Canada in 1955, where he graduated from a university.
He married after graduating and has two children. He worked at Litton Systems where he helped the company with various business and chemical formulations.
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