Coma Story by Stephen Manoj Thompson Ph.D.
(Based on Diego Garcia depopulation)

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A novel about the forgotten British Citizens.
The narrator, a coma survivor, along with Diego Garcia native, Tarzan, conspires to gain back the British-controlled islands without violence. Sprinkled with humor, the story centers on lucid dreaming during the coma and the subsequent plot.

It's a quick account of the Chagos islanders' quest to get back their Islands, which resembles a fresh David vs. Goliath. "Coma Story" a story of coma and of the forgotten - nothing more.

About Stephen Manoj Thompson Ph.D.

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Stephen Manoj Thompson, Ph.D., is the author of the acclaimed "Land of Opportunity Forever". He is also a committed advocate who speaks regularly about high-school dropout issues. The one thing Thompson dislikes is political correctness being taken too far.Thompson is passionate about helping people. It's this passion that helped him to craft "Coma Story" - his first fiction, covering the lives of a particular geographic location and incorporating historical facts into the story. Being a natural social writer, he shows the universe how to make a fresh start with any situation. However, Thompson is not shy about unpleasant details - in fact his raw and unapologetic point of view makes "Coma Story" a highly captivating read.
Published August 10, 2010 by Thompson. 165 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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