Xlibris Publishing Company is very proud to present a new book Trailer the book of poetry ‘The Islands Historia De Amor’
British India, great grand son, Author Abdul Haye Amin, by virtue of birth born in Sylhet District once was known ‘British India’ now known as ‘Bangladesh’ almost three hundred year ago in history European country Portugal Missionaries, Manoel Da Assumpcam, written first ‘Bangla’ language today nation celebrates as a country Bangladesh with romantic love song ‘Allahu Akbar‘ author proud to introduce bilingual’s language book of poetry ‘Nil Dariar Prem’ mean in English ‘Ocean of Love’ and in English ‘The Islands Historia De Amor.
The well known author in the Indian Catering Industries Restaurant in United Kingdom. British Channel Islands, Scotland and in Wales. His secret Indian culinary menu reached far as local head line news and featured in many part of the country and in the Islands, instead of a copy of to the Secretary of States desk.
This time who published the most charming, inspiring, passion of love and unique bilingual’s book of poetry. Take a wonderful voyage of journey from primary School to head of States sing in the name of Lord and experience the foreign bilingual tastes of poem within the pages of this beautiful poetry book.
Individual’s will find most interesting a distinct poetic word of inspiring poems as you never discovered the pages in other culture, heritage and in any society and read the thoughtful poems the way forgotten British India to introduce the states that only Abdul Haye Amin can remain you of the first man in the moon heard miracles sound ‘Allahu Akbar’ and introduce Jesus Christ, (He-Sa-Ru-Hu-Lul-La-He), at the most critical time instead of in the Nero-Disability Unit, or Cardiac Care Unit Hospital but nearest Church of God with passion of foreign love, humanity and hospitality. Another word in European country Missionaries Manoel Da Assumpcam language “De Amor” mean with Love from Sylhet District, to you all. Order a copy of book of poetry world wide book store or visit: http://www2.xlibris.com/books/webimages/wd/uk/300503/index.html.