Author Prague Raga Tells a Fictional Tale About Natures Impact on Unwarranted Changes for Selfish Reasons

Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) January 11, 2013

Sir Christopher Louis is one of the richest men in England. He had all things and enjoyment that a man would crave for. But even this man felt there was something missing in him. The loneliness always drew this feeling in him that he was not perfect and something is always missing. He is constantly fighting a cold war in his loneliness. On the other hand, Sham is a simple, hard-working man whos doing odd jobs in the evening for a restaurant named Tandori Nights. But once he finds a permanent job, hes going to marry Richlin, the girl he truly love.

Never Change What is Natural written by Prague Raja is a fictional tale on the impact that nature will have when unwarranted changes are done at an extraordinary pace for selfish reasons. This story is at a personal level of a Billionaire named Sir Louis and his passionate dream of changing his natural self as well as the most unexpected reaction he will face due to this action.

Sir Louis lives in the Castle of Glory in North London. The whole of his companies is held under one banner, Louis Holdings. His companys interests ranges from computers, satellites, aviation, hotels, shopping malls, which were spread over five continents. The combined efficiency and business strategies of Louis Holdings yielded annual profits of US$ 4.5 billion. His estimated net asset is worth about US$ 30 billion, which makes him one of the richest man in the world. He also takes off to himself with his other activities: racing, yachting, golfing, hang gliding, flying. At times, he stays indoors, playing billiards, tennis, and swimming. He has all the things and enjoyment that a man will ever crave for. But yet, he is never contented.

Sir Louis rejects all the artificial things this world produces. He always have a thirst for uniqueness. He looks for the original in everything that he use and possess. His cold war ends when he discover the need to have the most spectacular set of eyes in this world/ He found one in the eyes of Sham. Sir Louis is willing to pay 10 million pounds in exchange for the iris of Shams eyes. He financed Dr. Nicholass ambitious project for a first ever Iris transplant centre of excellence. It is where the surgery will be performed. The facility was developed by a biotechnology engineering company called Nerves Biotech. Sham thought that the offer was enticing. He considered Sir Louiss offer to exchange eyes with him. But what will happen to Sir Louis if he gets blind in the process of surgery? What will be the fate of the donor under this situation? Will there be any remedies? Is the doctor capable of handling an untoward situation? What consequence will both have to face?

Never Change What is Natural is a deeply moving novel that presents to readers the clear boundaries in which man and the government wishes to cross as a showdown of power and blind ambition. It sternly reminds man not to change what nature has given because one way or another, nature will prove that mans deeds is wrong.

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About the Author

Prague Raja, a Canadian writer and film maker lives in Toronto with his wife Umashanthi and two daughters. His beloved homeland is Coimbatore, South India. He has gained rich experience of various cultures by traveling extensively,interacting with people and their lives. He brings this experience to his writing with a vibrant variety of characters reacting to the world they live in and invite readers to be part of its infinite imagination.

Never Change What Is Natural * by Prague Raja

Publication Date: 10/19/2012

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