The Past That Molded Futures 4 Reviews

By: Ahmed Moin

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“A tale that defines the grotesque reality of the facets that life in the Pak land may emulate. Born to the same land whilst living in undeniably different worlds, two children live a life enslaved. Each struggles to achieve his own version of Nirvana.”


ISBN (Digital) 978-969-696-058-4
ISBN (Hard copy) 978-969-696-007-2
Total Pages 49
Language English
Estimated Reading Time 35 mins
Genre Tragedy
Published By Daastan
Published On 30 Aug 2017
Ahmed Moin

Ahmed Moin

A writer that started off with freelance work online and developed into a citizen journalist eventually finding my way. Mostly covering articles based on animal and human rights. The majesty and truth of how unbridled life can be is what I usually find myself writing about when I do pen down a story, an emotion or a thought


Jun 15, 2017

The writer plays with grasps your attention from the very beginning and constantly provides the reader with an unexpected plot. Very well written, worth a read!

Jun 04, 2017

The concerns of the author come through splendidly enough to leave a mark on the readers conciousness. The plot is left simplistic, but the complexity of the reality the story is derived from is registered, acknowledged as well as creates a stimulus for change.
The emphasis on certain things and the repeatition of specific visuals creates the pain the author wanted to come through.
The skill for the written word is impressive of the author.

Rushd Ilyas


May 28, 2017

Interesting take on life

Adil Majeed


Jan 12, 2017

Simply Brilliant.

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