The Other Side of Eden

The Other Side of Eden

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An exceptional story of descriptive narrative.

In the middle of the night, during a palace celebration, a covert invasion is taking place. The Sultan is awake with his military making contingency plans in a windowless basement. In this most sinister of situations, the colonels are working to keep the British Colonel and his assistant away from interfering. The episode provides the Sultan the opportunity to reflect on the dark realities of his ascension to the throne. Under the strain, in this psychically terrifying thriller, the Sultan maintains his hidden secrets but realizes his soon to be demised situation could lead to the danger of the one other thing he cares for the most.

Title:The Other Side of Eden
Edition Language:English
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    The Other Side of Eden Reviews

  • Shori Okoye

    Terrifying novel to read late at night....

  • BooksCoffee

    Chowdhury’s latest is a darkly intriguing historical thriller filled with endless twists and political intrigue.The year is 1883. A man named Oman survives religious persecution in his native land a...

  • Jeremy Wright

    Needs workA couple of things bothered me about this book. 1: the chapters were way too long. The prologue alone was 107 pages. There are scene breaks in there but I still didn't understand why they we...

  • Qat Wanders

    Well written, dark, and engaging. If you like historical thrillers, I highly recommend this book. I do agree with some of the other reviews that it is long-winded, however, in my experience with histo...

  • Md Taher

    I had had high expectations of this book, having met and heard Fazle Chowdhury at a book event in 2018. He is a fantastic story teller and writer but that did not reflect in this novel. I might be jud...

  • Dibik Tip Top

    It is a twisted historical dark thriller. It wasn't all that bad but Fazle Chowdhury is no ordinary writer. In my opinion his niche is not just magnificent but beyond measurable talent. Which is proba...

  • Dwee Andrea Nugraha

    There are a lot of deliberate twists in this novel. It almost feels like the author is playing a game with the reader, directing towards one end of the story while creating another angle to blast and ...

  • Danny W.

    Fazle Chowdhury's history knowledge is spot on but is so vaguely displayed in this book that it almost feels like its a game he is playing with the reader to see if the novel has a correlation with pr...

  • Bappa Bhakta

    There are many dark thriller elements of this book, one can say they may be a bundle of short stories rolled into one. The novel is captivatingly unique and does touch the heart in cold freezing jolts...

  • Anil Kumar

    My attraction to this novel was more on author Fazle Chowdhury's talents which I was not disappointed at all, as it is well reflected and yet I found this novel caters more to the educated elite and n...