Life's Peculiarities 2 Reviews

By: Sarah Khan

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Jump into the worlds of Beenish and Hisham, Qaisar and Rakshi, Sabiha and Ghazi and Haris as they make their way through the jagged rocks and thorns that mar their path to a life they consider satisfactory and worth living.

Find out….

What dire complications can there be in marital life when one of the spouses is a victim of a malicious mental disease in the story Out of the Ordinary.

How the horrors of abuse to which a child is subjected can replicate and intensify as she grows into an adult in the story of Sabiha in Behind Closed Doors.

When life is not rainbows and unicorns, but rather a circus to an educated and sensible adult that Qaisar is as he teeters upon the brink of losing everything that he has in the story At His Mercy.

Where should an inexperienced adolescent Haris in the story The Vigilante proceed to establish a stark identity for himself when already loaded with that of his father?

 

Find out all this and much more in the short stories based on intricate desi plots presenting desi characters with relatable contradictions within them.   

ISBN (Digital) 978-969-696-046-1
Total Pages 214
Language English
Estimated Reading Time 3 hrs
Genre Anthology
Published By Daastan
Published On 26 Dec 2017
Sarah  Khan

Sarah Khan

Sarah Khan, also known by the pseudonym of Bazigha Khan, is a poet, researcher, fiction and nonfiction writer from Department of Psychology, University of Karachi, Pakistan. Her work has appeared in Young World, Aaduna, Vshine Magazine, North West Words magazine, Soapstone Creek Literary Journal, Student’s Voice, Khabarfeed, PenSlips, Cat on a Leash Review and Teen ink. She won three national poetry competitions. Being a researcher, her research and review articles have appeared in Annals of Psychiatry and Mental Health, Austin Journal of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Information, EC Psychiatry and Psychology and Journal of Depression and Anxiety. A collection of her short stories ‘Life’s Peculiarities’ got published in Jan, 2017. She also served as a guest editor for the winter issue, 2018 of the literary journal, Aaduna.

Reviews


Jan 29, 2017

Jan 14, 2017

The way you've put so many emotions together is magnificent! I had tears in my eyes as I read the last lines of 'Out of the ordinary'. Superb!

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