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By: Sara Noor

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You don’t truly value life until you’ve nearly lost it. Sara, at 27, found herself lost and alone in a foreign land- victim to circumstance. Her toes resting on the edge of the bridge of despair wavering between choosing life or death. She was standing in her balcony with dark and sinister thoughts of committing suicide. She could have lost it, she could be the victim of any of those weak moments. Will she survive? Will her child survive? And what about her marriage; would that end up ok? This is a story of a mother and a migrant who dipped her fingers into her wounds and penned down the journey full of ordeals on a new continent. This is a brave story of a Pakistani woman, who questions the validity of the norms and structure that she grew up with. Buy DO NOT PASS THE PARCEL and explore the whole story.

ISBN (Digital) 978-969-696-431-5
ISBN (Hard copy) 978-969-696-430-8
Total Pages 200
Language English
Estimated Reading Time 3 hours
Genre Non-Fiction
Published By Daastan
Published On 02 Feb 2021
Sara Noor

Sara Noor

Sara Noor is a Pakistani woman living in Australia for last 10 years. She is now married with two children. During her stay there, she studied, had children and worked in community services. She has a passion for social change. She believes in the concept of ‘inclusive society’ where everyone is treated fairly and equally. She sees herself as a rebel and a misfit in a patriarchal society. She felt compelled to open up about something that she thinks is very relevant to many Pakistanis; in fact not only Pakistanis but to all people from the countries where similar cultural values prevail. She recently wrote her first book named “Do Not Pass The Parcel”.


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