Ramadan Sky, Nichola Hunter
Nichola Hunter

Ramadan Sky

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A contemporary twist on a classic story of forbidden love, set in Jakarta, capital city of Indonesia.
When Vic accepts a teaching position in Jakarta, she has already been working and travelling in Asia for many years; she thinks she knows what to expect. However, before long she becomes troubled by the casual coexistence of vast wealth and woeful poverty, and by the stark differences in freedom and power between the men and the women. It also becomes apparent that there will be no support or companionship from her fellow Westerners and colleagues.
Fajar has lived in Jakarta all his life. He gets by, loaning money from friends and family, spending his nights racing, and his days working on the roads as an ojek driver. When he impresses a customer with his understanding of English, he sees an opportunity. He dedicates himself to being the woman’s driver – taking her to and from work, running her errands. He thinks he’s won big.
Neither Fajar nor Vic expect to find friendship and solace in their strange arrangement. But, before long, they will step outside the mores of their cultures together, crossing a boundary that will shake both of their lives.
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Couldn't stop reading the story. Feels so real. Hope to read more by fhis author.


You do not pay them for entertainment, you pay them to go away.
The single most common question I have been asked in the last ten years is that one. Are you married? I can tell you how to say that in five languages. I have been asked this question by taxi drivers, tuk tuk drivers, shoeshine boys, businessmen, women selling me perfume, students, strangers on the street.
When you are young, of course, it is easier to get away with almost anything, because of the perfect body and flawless skin and the belief that the future might bring anything at all. Fate could strike like magic and there you could be in another life that you never even dreamed about. When you get older, it’s harder. The disappointment starts to show through the cracks, and cheap clothes do not forgive an ageing body. It is only youth that can outshine poverty.
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