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Visitor from Harare
Written by Edward Purizhansky
Visitor from Harare Written by Edward Purizhansky

“What I like about this book is how the author made me feel like planet Harare really exists. It even has excerpts from Johan Becker’s studies, from Harare University lectures, and a lot more.”

Originally published in September 2014, the sci-fi novel, Visitor from Harare, by Edward Purizhansky has been republished by LitFire – a POD publisher – in August 2015. It also features a new and improved cover design.

The story revolves around an alien from planet Harare who goes by the name Johan Becker. He was sent to planet Earth to conduct a study on humans. In his expedition, he meets a Russian family who had just migrated to the United States. Culture-shocked and struggling, they made Johan’s study even more interesting.

Readers have found the book to be a gem among other new releases in the science fiction genre for the wit and humor that it holds.

Robert Bezanson, a reader from Dallas, TX, stated in his review: “What I like about this book is how the author made me feel like planet Harare really exists. It even has excerpts from Johan Becker’s studies, from Harare University lectures, and a lot more.”

Currently available only as a paperback, digital formats of the book will soon be sold in various online bookstores.
 
 
 
 
Visitor from Harare
Written by Edward Purizhansky
Paperback | $ 15.99
 
Book copies are available at www.litfirepublishing.com, www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and all other online book retailers.
 
 

About the Author

Edward Purizhansky cameto the United States from the former Soviet Union in 1989. He has published articles in professional publications in his old country. The characters in his book, Visitor from Harare, and how they walk through the realities of this new world as they begin another life in a new country are the result of having experienced the same thing in his life. He is the author of over thirty patents in the USSR and in the USA. He now lives in Amherst, New York and is teaching at Buffalo State College.
 


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