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In 2013, the tyrant of Iran, Ali Khamenei wakes up after a prophetic dream. Panicked, he calls his estranged wife, and the debating conversation exposes a connection between his dream and a satanic secret of Islam. More

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Words: 11,260
Language: English
ISBN: 9780692478141
About Kayvan DeBash

Kayvan was born in Shiraz, Iran. He studied, French literature, and the philosophers of the age of enlightenment at the Faculty of Literature, Art & Sciences in Nice.

Although he had a successful career in real estate, he left French Riviera, behind, and moved to the U.S., to develop his political and artistic purpose. He taught himself English and studied, world history, political science, English literature, the American Revolution, history of Persia, Russia and France and both World Wars.

He has made three movies: A comedy based on Oliver Twist. A romantic drama, shot in Los Angeles in 1999. An experimental sci-fi film based on climate change. Kayvan wrote two screenplays, one on reincarnation of a Greek philosopher, and other on a fictional rock band.


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Review by: Annaleichuchu on Nov. 04, 2015 :
Ayatollah’s Wife was one of the most amazing books that I have read all year. I loved how the author combined his storytelling with historical facts. I believe that this book is well-written and the author is so imaginative. He explored many political and social issues. These were great to explore. I was interested in his views, especially on woman’s rights. The book is very eye-opening on the situation in Iran. The book also covers religion and issues dealing with religion. I would recommend this book because it makes you think.
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