About Nolan Jazimreg

Nolan Jazimreg is a forty-nine-year-old British architect, husband, father to three wonderful children, and the author of The (Un)Palatable Truth, a political satire, which exposes concurrent mass deceptions that infiltrates us, oppressing our adeptness to live a contented life.

Jazimreg was born to an award-winning TV journalist mother, whereas his father worked as a university Professor of Psychology, and ended up spending most of his childhood in a communist system, his teenage years in a socialist one, his adult life in capitalism.

Before turning 18, Jazimreg met a wonderful person who fulfilled him. However, their relationship turned out to be short-lived due to religious differences.

A year later, Jazimreg experienced harsh discrimination by his state because he belonged to an ethnic minority, which amplified exponentially throughout his teenage years, leading up to the civil war, which forced Jazimreg to flee his country and become a refugee in London.

Over 300,000 people have read his Brexit insights featured on his blog, nolanjazimreg.wordpress.com, which swayed the public’s perception on why prominent Brexiteers campaigned for the UK to leave the EU.

Considering his blog’s impact on the British public, Jazimreg hopes that the four satirical novels he intends to write over the coming years will also alter readers’ understanding of happiness, freedom, democracy, religion, heaven, or hell.

Jazimreg is confident that, in due time, his novels will inspire future generations to facilitate a new civilisation and eradicate the concurrent hatred of people belonging to different ethnic groups.

Therefore, if you happen to know a daring publisher who is sick and tired from our concurrent civilisation, mass manipulations, or slightly concerned about the grim days that lie ahead, the first chapter of Nolan Jazimreg’s The (Un)Palatable Truth is available at the link below:

Jazimreg’s second novel, Beyond The Imposed Veil, is a spiritual satire depicting the forbidden encounter between a niece and her grandfather who unravels what bipolar experiences during setback episodes, which are fundamental to human understanding of how to live a content fulfilling life.

Here’s a glimpse of Jazimreg’s second novel Beyond The Imposed Veil:

“Being a literature major and an occasional writer myself, I am only too aware of how writers are often very shy to the point of being secretive. It is therefore amazing how Nolan Jazimreg, in his second novel, lifts the “veil” (reminiscent of Shelley’s) of the “parallel spiritual realm” whereby he was “transcended” by his condition and its ensuing “setbacks”. His aim, in his first novel, is truly admirable-it is to “inspire younger generations to create a better, just and peaceful world, unlike the painful one that he journeyed through”. Writing these novels were acts of courage, motivated by a selfless desire to spare the generations that are to come after him, from the wrenching pain of growing up from childhood to adulthood, in 3 political systems that are worlds apart, esp. the first and the third. May we laud him for not allowing the loss of his first love and the discrimination he underwent, to embitter and disillusion him. Instead, he has taken the positive step of writing and publishing these experiences, an example some of us would do well to follow.”

Ethel David

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