Thame, United Kingdom, February 04, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- About "The Sparrows of Unity":
Homophobic hate crimes. Racist attacks. Britain is spiralling out of control. But when loner Lucy Taylor comes face to face with an imprisoned killer, a devastating truth is revealed.
Nothing is as it seems.
Alongside three other sixth-form students, Lucy stumbles upon a conspiracy that extends into the very heart of British society, and a terrorist organisation bent on seizing control.
Nobody can be trusted.
Now, their only chance to save humanity lies in unravelling the secrets hidden within the enigmatic Sparrow’s Path. But will it lead them to salvation, or straight into the claws of an unimaginable terror?
This work is available worldwide:
Paperback (280 pages) - ISBN 9781912639656
Kindle eBook - B07MY9S3JY
Published by in the UK by Michael Terence Publishing
Amazon URL getbook.at/SOU
Warning: Not suitable for younger readers
Written in support of National Literary Trust - a UK-based charity.
About Sen Jayaprakasam
Sen Jayaprakasam is an award-winning short story writer based in London.
He read medicine at Cambridge University and Imperial College London and proceeded to complete his training in London, Kent and New Zealand. In 2016, he embarked on a yearlong journey exploring the world, writing short stories inspired by his travels.
Sen’s stories have since been published in a variety of magazines and anthologies and he won his first short story competition in December 2017.
"The Sparrows of Unity" is his debut Young Adult novel.
Sen Jayaprakasam currently works as a doctor in South London, writing fiction in his spare time.
About National Literary Trust
"The Sparrows of Unity" was written in support of the National Literacy Trust - an independent UK-based charity dedicated to raising literacy levels in the UK and giving children and young people from disadvantaged communities the literacy skills they need to succeed in life.
A child who doesn’t have good reading, writing and communication skills will be unable to succeed at school and will be locked out of the job market as an adult. Low levels of literacy will increase their chances of experiencing unemployment, poor health and crime. If they become parents, they won’t have the skills to support their own children’s learning, reinforcing the intergenerational cycle of low literacy and disadvantage for years to come.
Living in poverty doubles a child’s chances of starting and leaving school without the literacy skills they need to succeed in life. 4.5 million UK children currently live in poverty, with the number expected to rise to 5.1 million by 2020.
The National Literacy Trust wants to break this cycle of low literacy and poverty by ensuring every child has the literacy skills to live a happy, healthy and successful life, regardless of their background.
The National Literacy Trust is a registered charity no. 1116260 and a company limited by guarantee no. 5836486 registered in England and Wales and a registered charity in Scotland SC042944.
Patron: HRH The Duchess of Cornwall
Registered address: 68 South Lambeth Road, London, SW8 1RL
About Michael Terence Publishing
Michael Terence Publishing is a UK-based hybrid publishing house and literary agency founded to give worthy authors a platform to publish their works and to promote their success via online and traditional channels.
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