Maldives Malady by T.P. Grish
A Tropical Adventure

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Maldives Malady is set in a fictional version of the real world, where a mysterious island called Goljaban exists in the Maldives Islands. It is not intended to represent the Maldives Islands accurately, and no offense is intended. Approx. 9200 words.

Dominic is an average University student who feels his life is stuck in a rut. Although he has a job, good grades and friends, he feels like his life is passing him by without him really living, or doing anything outside the mundane and mainstream.

A trip to a seemingly unknown island in the Maldives is the perfect opportunity for him to have a unique and personal experience, so Dom sets off, alone. However he finds that it is not so easy to escape the grasp of mediocrity and uniformity that has enveloped his world, and he must reevaluate his feelings about life, self-worth, and what makes an individual.
 

About T.P. Grish

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T.P. Grish devoured fantasy books since he was a kid, particularly liking character-based fantasy novels with exciting sequences, complex stories and a lode of deeper meaning. Although he also loved fantasy movies and hobby gaming, his dream to write his own fantasy novels was always at the forefront. Today, he is a PhD doctoral student and part-time business writer who can't help but daydream about writing novels for you to read.
 
Published November 17, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 44 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Arts & Photography. Fiction

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