Across the Line 5 Reviews

By: Abhirun Das

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Gods stood there, their ivory eyes watching in silence.

Men butchered men, all crying out in their name.

Was religion greater than humanity?

Set against the heavily tensed atmosphere of a religiously diverse area, "Across the Line" tells the story of two small boys whose lives are tossed into a sea of unrest and violence. A story about how children were left exposed to the monstrosity of men, and how they lost their innocence along their loved ones. Caught up in a bloodied frenzy of men's fanaticism, witness this journey which left the boy scarred for life.

ISBN (Digital) 978-969-696-034-8
Total Pages 40
Language English
Estimated Reading Time 30 min
Genre Tragedy
Published By Daastan
Published On 26 Aug 2018
Abhirun Das

Abhirun Das

A medical student by profession, writing is not the only passion for Abhirun Das. He is a keen pianist and an ardent sportsperson, especially football. Music is what drives him to write; putting those notes on the white pages and bringing out literature. Abhirun explores and expresses gray shades of human nature, and also highlights the little aspects of life that people have forgotten in their haste to achieve progress.

Reviews


Feb 05, 2018

With a blend of earthy words, the Author has depicted the prose in an aesthetic style. Abhirun Das never fails to captivate me through his charming poetry!

Nov 15, 2017

This is a well-written piece depicting the gloomy history of partition. Blood-shed orchesterad on the notes of religion has no justification as described in this short story. The emotions are well described. The prose is easy and absorbable. I would recommend this.

Jan 16, 2017

A tale of two friends. One with a fate unknown. Well expressed and written. A recommendable read.

Jan 15, 2017

Brilliant piece of art. Highly recommended.

Jan 10, 2017

Had been my most favorite since the beginning. Loved the poem at the closing scene

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