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Monday, June 15, 2015
Review of "The Cursed Nation"
This is the story of Iskandar Punta, a child who lost his parents in an accident and was raised by his grandmother. He grew up and joined the ruling political party of his country and rose to the post of assistant to the Prime Minister. Immune to political graft he was ostracized by the party. He found his place in an indigent community where he brought about tremendous change as an independent member of the ruling body. When an election demanded a coalition government, Iskandar was nominated Prime Minister. The changes he brought about looked promising, however they were not meant for the Cursed Nation. He resigned his post, and returned to the community that loved him and sadly left them a broken man. 3 Stars