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Our Grandparents' Last War

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Our Grandparents' Last War is a book about woolly creatures who rolled on the earth.

They like to eat everything that they see on the earth.

Our Grandparents' Last War hope that it makes you think, while you enjoy it.

The book is free on Smashwords:
ebook, 42 pages
Published April 4th 2013 by Smashwords Edition
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Ahmad Amani's little book is aimed at little people, but it contains some very big ideas. The prose is simple, as is the action. Two people confront the basic challenges of human existence: survival, the search for sustenance, the development of awareness, and the reach outward to the world and the universe around them.

This sounds very philosophical and abstract, yet the author expresses these ideas in uncomplicated, even humorous, language, which makes the meaning quite clear. The text is acco
Jul 11, 2013 Rezan rated it really liked it
This story is generally about the Human history,at it's very beginning point.Despite the fact that is about the woolly creatures not specifically about human beings.It's a kind of fantasy which needs thinking.Focusing on the very primary needs of human beings, It deals with the human's struggles for their needs, wishes,and etc... during their lives.
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a funny book to read for your kids or little Cousins X)
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Ahmad lives in the Middle East. He is a graduate of the Art University in Tehran. He has worked for many newspapers in Iran as a journalist.

He hopes that his books make you think, while you enjoy it. Like the words:

“Yes, in Math City: 2 + 2 + him (her) = 5 not 4.
And again yes: A stupid man + 5 stupid women + him (her) = 7 stupid or A stupid woman + 5 stupid men + him (her) = 7 stupid.
Professor Si
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