Harvest of Sand
By Narciso Madera Aguilar
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Published: Aug. 09, 2011
Words: 8,273 (approximate)
The book tells us of a turmoil in the Middle East and how foreign lives were affected.
This work is an account of events which transpired in the Middle East in 1990 spawned by Iraq’s incursion into Kuwait. The characters created herein are purely fictional and any similarity or resemblance to actual persons is purely accidental. The places described, however, are real and the events that transpired forming as backdrop of the story are now facets of history.
In Kuwait City on August 2, 1990,it was getting late but Brian Rios, a deputy employment and welfare attaché assigned at the Philippine Embassy in Kuwait, knew he was facing a sleepless night. More people would be arriving and would be joining the multitude of those who were already jostled in the embassy premises.
The DEWA, as he was known, was headed towards a dilemma.
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