Good Daughter Bjorn Turmann

ISBN: 9789799988805

Published: September 1st 2005

Paperback

352 pages


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Good Daughter  by  Bjorn Turmann

Good Daughter by Bjorn Turmann
September 1st 2005 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 352 pages | ISBN: 9789799988805 | 4.58 Mb

ABOUT THE BOOK Good Daughter is a tale of cross-cultural intrigue and personal discovery. Set in Thailand, it follows the journeys of six characters: two intelligent, imaginative Thai bargirls, a paranoid, well-paid American expatriate and hisMoreABOUT THE BOOK Good Daughter is a tale of cross-cultural intrigue and personal discovery. Set in Thailand, it follows the journeys of six characters: two intelligent, imaginative Thai bargirls, a paranoid, well-paid American expatriate and his cynical, corrupting Australian mentor, a young American university graduate and an Isaan villager whose reoccurring presence borders on the mythical.

Combining entertaining and dramatic narrative with poignant psychological themes, this is a novel that challenges the reader to look beneath the surface in order to try to understand what influences the characters behavior. At the conclusion of the story we are shown that, by releasing ourselves from that which binds us, we are able to attain greater hope and, ultimately, freedom. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Bjorn Turmann was born and raised in Vancouver and has made Southeast Asia his home for over twelve years.

A former Microsoft employee, Turmann is currently a writer, university lecturer, creative entrepreneur and independent filmmaker whose works have been screened at festivals in Australia and Thailand. He is a frequent guest speaker at international seminars and tradeshows on topics ranging from independent filmmaking to retail marketing. This is his first novel.



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