Praise

“The book is a voyage, a time travel between memories, lost cultural beliefs and war times. Salina beautifully weaved ancestors’ myths into her fiction, I devoured this book and wished it was longer. Loved to discover about the companions.”
– Eva on “The Red-Haired Gurkhas. Part One: The Constant Companion Tales”
Over Christmas, I read both volumes of the Constant Companion ebooks. They are really good. The story is interesting, and it’s amazing how much knowledge Salina has on history and Eastern culture and religion. Of course, I was amused to see a few English vernacular words and phrases creeping in, like “poor sod”! Well done for such brilliant and erudite writing. These are so, so good, and I can’t wait for volume 3!
– Norman on “Part One and Part Two: The Constant Companion Tales”
“The book kept me awake until I finished it! Couldn’t leave it for next day. I wonder much of it is inspired by the author’s family story. The historical details of the true events are impressive. This book reveals a completely new side of Salina Christmas that we had no idea about. Her military family background and Malay cultural heritage is very different from my Eastern European roots. Yet one aspect is very similar: the colonialism experience that we’ve been exposed to. The difference at my end was the Soviet imperialism.”
– Nadya on “”The Red-Haired Gurkhas. Part One: The Constant Companion Tales”
“Unexpected laughs. Curious to see what happens in Part Two.”
– Reylo on “The Red-Haired Gurkhas. Part One: The Constant Companion Tales”
“THE TIGER-MAN IS The back story of Part One. THIS IS The chapter THAT fans will refer to time and again as The Constant Companion moves forward. The Tiger-Man is quite something. Looking forward to the next one.”
– Shishio on “The Tiger-Man and His Constant Companion. Part Two: The Constant Companion Tales”

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