Rusani
2019 Longlist

Breathe

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ABOUT
THE BOOK

‘I’m dying.’ His pulse weakened. For a brief moment, his muddled mind became clear and he could think. ‘Stay afloat, breathe. Just keep breathing.’

Dr. Adam is a cardiologist who knows how to help others. The only thing he can’t fix is himself. When a heart attack threatens his life, Adam is given a chance to look at his past to rediscover the friendship and the love he lost. In his darkest hours, friends and strangers are racing against time to save him. Yet, the key to his survival and future might lie in his past.

All Adam wants is a second chance. And time is running out….

 

ABOUT
THE AUTHOR Beni Rusani

Dr. Beni Rusani graduated from Auckland Medical School. He is a cardiologist at the National Heart Institute, Kuala Lumpur. His short stories were published in the Diagnosis series, in which Diagnosis and Apolalips made the MPH bestseller list in 2015 and 2016.

Dr. Beni Rusani graduated from Auckland Medical School. He is a cardiologist at the National Heart Institute, Kuala Lumpur. His short stories were published in the Diagnosis series, in which Diagnosis and Apolalips made the MPH bestseller list in 2015 and 2016.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Date published
28/04/2017
Author
Publisher
Malaysia, WhiteCoat Enterprise

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