A Girl on a Train: A Silent Scream



"A Girl on A Train," is a modern day Christian persecution story in Hindu majority India. Father Burns is a Catholic priest of the aggressive kind. He behaves like a company C.E.O and believes in taking Jesus right into Hindu homes. Norine Dunne is his female friend who shares his enthusiasm in spreading the word of god. Shanti is a beggar woman of a different kind. She is a fraud who buys and sells human dead bodies. She takes advantage of the fact that many people belonging to the lower income groups could not afford to cremate their dead. They simply threw the body in the river. People fished these bodies out of the river and sold them to Shanti who took them to the railway station and begged over them. She claimed the dead thing was her dead relative and she did not have money to cremate it. Passengers passing through the railway station felt sorry for her and threw money lavishly into her begging bowl. Father Burns and Norine Dunne manage to convert Shanti to the Christian faith. She is persuaded to stop abusing un-burnt dead bodies bodies. Unfortunately there is a war on. Christians under Father Burns go into overdrive mode in converting Hindu's to the fold. Hindu's fight back under the leadership of a Hindu godman. They go hammer and tongs for the Christians. The newly convert Christian is caught in the cross fire. Will she survive

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  • Original Title:A Girl on a Train: A Silent Scream
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  • ISBN:9781537158655
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  • Publisher:Published August 25th 2016 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Format:Paperback, 362 pages

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