Fulton Books author Ilkin Rustemzadeh, a political activist and native of Azerbaijan, has completed his most recent book "Tale of Darkness": a gripping and poignant memoir of the author's time in prison and the political circumstances that led to his false arrest and detainment.
Author Ilkin Rustemzadeh writes, "Azerbaijan—this is a little country known for energy resources and human rights violations in the border of Europe and Asia. But it is in a very important geopolitical position. For this reason, in most cases, the democratic world remains silent on human rights abuses. Well, what are the realities of this country? Second North Korea or last secular Muslim country with beautiful buildings and great lights? A witness of what happens here, political prisoner, which is serving a sentence in the country's most severe prisons, writes the number one best-seller book in the recent years in his own country."
Published by Fulton Books, Ilkin Rustemzadeh's book recounts the moments leading up to his arrest and how, through trumped-up charges and a past record of political activism, he was targeted for speaking out against the human rights violations of his country. After being pardoned, Rustemzadeh shares his story in the hopes of raising awareness of what wrongs many endure in a country many have not heard of before.
Readers who wish to experience this chilling work can purchase "Tale of Darkness" online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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Original Source: Ilkin Rustemzadeh's New Book 'Tale of Darkness' is a Personal Account of the Author's Time Imprisoned Under False Charges After Being Targeted for Political Activism