Author Mohammed Hassan comments on political unrest the world over in his new novel, “The Revolution Is Inevitable” (published by AuthorHouse).
In an unidentified country, the aristocracy has made the peasants endure painful trials, and the elders of the peasants have vowed to make them pay, which sparks a violent revolution. The tyrant regime is ousted with a bloody battle, claiming the lives of thousands, but once the dust settles, the controversial issue over administration begins, which causes people to flee and yearn for the former administration.
An excerpt from “The Revolution Is Inevitable”:
“Zeyre immediately returned to the backroom to confirm the mission had been successful, while Lukumbe went to the kitchen, thanking God in his heart that the soldiers had peacefully left his bar. He was pessimistic about the plan as he didn’t know what these others wanted with the peasant soldier. He thought that he would be murdered.”
“The Revolution Is Inevitable”