Ashad Mukadam’s new book: Journey Through the Video Game World

Ashad Mukadam's new book: Journey Through the Video Game WorldIn February 2013, Ronald Charlton was laid off from his job at Pacific IT and Consulting in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Soon after, he decided to start playing video games, initially as a way to just let out some steam. However, it is now August, and he has still not stopped playing. This is now starting to affect the relationships he has with his family and his girlfrind. Then, on a rainy day in August 2013, a major thunderstorm hits Calgary. Ronald, who has been playing throughout the storm, is just about to hit a new high score on his video game when lightning strikes the console …

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Ashad Mukadam was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and he still makes this city his home with his parents, Nizar and Nasim, and his brother, Ayuz.

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The book is also available at the following stores:

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Earlier at Ismailimail:

Ashad Mukadam shares an excerpt from his book: Kicking From Beyond The 40

Ashad Mukadam: Kicking From Beyond The 40


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