Glass Ceilings 8 Reviews

By: Sabah Shahid

Self respect arises from the awareness of self worth. But what if all of that depends on your father? A father who can no longer protect you. 

Who are you? What is your self worth? This is a story of a girl who loses everything but doesn’t lose hope. Becoming the support for her mother and herself she sets out to win over life.

She has the willpower to fight and fight she will. But will she succeed? Will this hypocritical world let her succeed?

ISBN 000
Total Pages 50
Language English
Estimated Reading Time 1 hr
Genre Tragedy
Published By Dastaan
Published On 09 Jan 2017
Sabah  Shahid

Sabah Shahid

I am Sabah Shahid although so far I have been a science student but I have always been immensely interested in literature. Most of my spare time was spent reading classic novels and modern l...

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Iqbal Parekh

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Feb 15, 2017

Well written !

Jan 02, 2017

I loved the way this book shows the flaws of our society. In particular, how women are treated in this society. The story was well planned and made a strong point however i believe that it was wrapped up in a hurry because the story of Ramish and Shegufta remained incomplete. Overall, it was captivating and motivational nonetheless

Adiha Sohail

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Oct 12, 2016

Beautifully executed!! Loved the flow. A worth reading story for sure..

Saman Malik

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Aug 30, 2016

Reality captured beautifully (:

Sarah Shahid

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Aug 19, 2016

This book depicts human nature , a persons strive for improving their circumstances and the hindrances on the way to success very well. The story inspires us to have faith in ourselves to choose dignity over comfort and to be honest to ourselves .

Wafa Zaka

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Aug 19, 2016

Loved the story. The details were very vivid and encapsulating! The narrative was fluent and I utterly enjoyed how the story unfolded. An absolutely commendable effort.

Zahra Akbar

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Aug 16, 2016

Beautifully penned.

Aug 10, 2016

so original . I absolutely loved it

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