Faith Under Water: Floods Of Our Lives (True stories of climate change refugees Book 1)
Biography , True Crime / March 25, 2019

BOOK SYNOPSIS Another poignant tale of shattered dreams and soul-crushing despair from the award-winning author of the Daddy’s Curse Series A Harrowing Life Between the hard life growing up in the village of Ishwaripur, Bangladesh and the ever-present threat of deadly floods, Azam Samad never had the type of childhood that would make any adult nostalgic. Filled with suffering, hardship and the ghost of a dead sister lost to the flood hanging heavy on their psyches, the Samad family were close to breaking point. Mussarat, Azam’s mother, had tried to convince Ahmed, the Samad patriarch, to leave Ishwaripur due to the increasing incidence of deadly floods, but Ahmed, being a traditionally minded Muslim, was obstinate. He was finally convinced to depart with his family for greener pasture in the city of Dhaka, but another wave of flood hastened their exodus. A Plan Gone Awry All wasn’t smooth sailing on the way to Dhaka. Robbed and captured by a gang of Golam Bhuiyam’s bandits, injuring Azam who was trying to protect Saleeha, his younger sister, the Samad family are unable to escape the cycle of incessant tragedies that has become their curse. An Unexpected Betrayal Brought to New Golam, the stronghold…