News ID: 371517
Publish Date: 18 September 2013 - 10:26
Last novel by Iranian author Amir Hussein Fardi ‘Wolf Year’, a sequel to his famous book ‘Esmaeil’, is being presented at Amazon.

The Persian version of ‘Wolf Year’ is available on Amazon and Google’s online bookstore.

The book’s paperback is sold for $30 while its e-book is $15.

Fardi, who was famous for the stories he wrote on the theme of the Islamic Revolution, died of a respiratory problem in April at the age of 64.

The novel ‘Esmaeil’ tells the story of a man who out of the blue runs into the chaotic environment of the Islamic Revolution in 1979 in Tehran, however “Wolf Year’ takes place in Sabalan in the mountains in Northwestern Iran.

Esmaeil, the main character of the first novel, is forced to leave Tehran in ‘Wolf Year’ and takes refuge in his grandmother’s place in Sabalan where he faces new problems.

He hears that the Americans who are involved in the livestock industry of Moghan, a city in Ardebil Province, plan to breed a type of man-eating wolf in order to find and kill revolutionaries living in the region.

‘Esmaeil’ has been translated into English by Paul Sprachman and released in the U.S. in 2009.
‘The Nest in Fog’, ‘A World of Butterflies’ and ‘The Black Grass’ are among Fardi’s other credits.
Tehran’s Art Bureau has decided to present its noted books on the world’s online bookstores.

The Persian version of ‘Wolf Year’ is available on Amazon and Google’s online bookstore. The book’s paperback is sold for $30 while its e-book is $15. Fardi, who was famous for the stories he wrote on the theme of the Islamic Revolution, died of a respiratory problem in April at the age of 64. The novel ‘Esmaeil’ tells the story of a man who out of the blue runs into the chaotic environment of the Islamic Revolution in 1979 in Tehran, however “Wolf Year’ takes place in Sabalan in the mountains in Northwestern Iran. Esmaeil, the main character of the first novel, is forced to leave Tehran in ‘Wolf Year’ and takes refuge in his grandmother’s place in Sabalan where he faces new problems. He hears that the Americans who are involved in the livestock industry of Moghan, a city in Ardebil Province, plan to breed a type of man-eating wolf in order to find and kill revolutionaries living in the region. ‘Esmaeil’ has been translated into English by Paul Sprachman and released in the U.S. in 2009. ‘The Nest in Fog’, ‘A World of Butterflies’ and ‘The Black Grass’ are among Fardi’s other credits. Tehran’s Art Bureau has decided to present its noted books on the world’s online bookstores.
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