The Last Bastion of Ingei: Day 1

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Set in a country in Southeast Asia, three conservation activists - who are unlikely friends - continue in their struggle to save endangered wildlife from being sold and exploited, including rescuing the enigmatic 'Pangolin'.They are unaware that they are being watched and face a great danger, an ancient enemy, once familiar to man, but now forgotten. More
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About Aammton Alias

Aammton Alias is a passionate nonconformist idealist, his views and ideas to problem-solving are out-of-the-box. Some of his peers find that his ideas, either ignore or defy the political environment & sensitivities, and do not fit in the comfort-zones of the sheltered;. He is currently working as a family physician.

There are two phrases he may tell you when it comes to approaching issues:

First, the story of Alexander the Great and the cutting of Gordian Knot. He defines much of his action by this phrase.

Second, having been in the Scouts, he may frequently use the phrase: "Chance Favours the Prepared Mind" *Louis Pasteur

He is an advocate for those who seek his help, and his compassion has made him an activist of various causes. He believes that his instinctive nature to defy and to challenge is directly related to his Irish-Scottish ancestry.

If you ever meet him, the first thing he will do is convince you to have coffee with him, brewed using his 'Aeropress' coffee maker, keen to tell you the history of the coffee beans at hand.

He has one traditionally published non-fiction book.

Currently, he is working on the 2nd and 3rd book in his supernatural fantasy thriller novel series.

His books can also be found at (amazon).

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Review by: Ahmad on July 24, 2016 :
Surpassed expectations
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)

Review by: Dijana D on July 11, 2016 :
I really like this book. I was amazed by how the stories are written and how they capture you in that moment. I would highly recommend it to everyone to read it. It is well written, understandable and full of details, although the book itself is short.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

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