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A Monk and His Girlfriend

By Maxim James
  • ISBN Code: : 9380905904
  • Publisher : Quintus
  • Pages : 100
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Kartik, the young monk, knows that he must choose between his monk-hood and his search for Moyana. He knows well that he is still not being able to get rid of the desires of his youth and his love for a girl. This fascinating novel by Maxin James is the story of Kartik s journey, the young monk, who follows the call of the Universe, struggle, destiny and surrender."

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