About the Book
The Road to Naserke - Roots, Home, Identity is a fusion of three elements that spans time and history starting with the roots and cultural heritage that promotes tolerance and peaceful co-existence with others, details the inner and outer journey resulting in the experience of self definition, transversing through the meaning and finality of home and ending with the social identity that binds us all together as humankind.
With each page a new journey begins that may lead the reader to many unexplored paths and I look forward to sharing these adventures, twists and turns for you to set sail yourself and embark on your own journey of self exploration and self discovery.
May you be guided on your journey and arrive safely at your destination.
Abdul Razzaq is a Rochdale born, UK educated young man who straddles the beauty of the traditions and common values of the West and East. The Road to Naserke is a fusion of three component parts namely roots, home and identity that describes the journey and stories of his family over time and during his lifetime. This is his first book and has been years in the making from his desire to write from his early teens. Professionally Abdul works in Public Health and is a strong advocate for social justice, equality and co-operation for society to prosper. Abdul is married with two children and lives in his home town of Rochdale.