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Explore the depths of the human psyche and soul...
Dr. Naseem Hamed loves the thrill of having a patient’s life in his hands. He is a brilliant heart surgeon known for steady hands and nerves of steel. His wife is suddenly diagnosed with heart failure, and is placed on a waitlist for a heart donor. They spend a year waiting when one night—their prayers are answered. Under dire circumstances, with time running out, Naseem must perform his own wife’s heart transplant.
But when she suddenly bleeds out and dies on the table, Naseem is sued by her father for malpractice.
Nader is a charismatic broker for black market organs, working for a group of criminal doctors known as the ‘Organ Reapers’. He wishes to marry into a wealthy family headed by Prince Mihammad. The Prince falls ill and needs a heart transplant to live. But it is unlikely for the hospital to find him a donor within 6 months, as younger recipients are given priority.
The Prince will allow Nader to marry his daughter—if he can find him a new heart.
Naseem fears he will lose his medical license and fall into bankruptcy. Knowing this, Nader offers Naseem $1 million to perform the illegal heart transplant to save the Prince’s life—by harvesting an innocent man’s heart. When Naseem refuses to be complicit in murder, Nader kidnaps his daughter. Having lost so much, Naseem must perform the operation without error to save his daughter’s life.
And must eventually face the truth about his wife’s death...
It's 1001 Nights of a deeply emotional, gripping, haunting, & beautiful story.
December 16th, 2022
Andrew Dulay, R.T. (M.R.) (A.R.R.T.) grew up in Elk Grove, California. He studied human psychology, history, & behavioral sciences — holding a B.A. from California State University, Sacramento. Andrew has lived in 4 different countries including Saudi Arabia, the Philippines, American Samoa, and the United States.
He is an MRI technologist for a nationally ranked, level 1 trauma children’s hospital. And lives in Houston, Texas.