He scoffs. "Since when does a Hijra get to attend parties?"
In a world of being used for pleasure, and destined to only one purpose of life- entertain other men. In Apa’s brothel, amidst violent customers, secret lover and emptiness, Shabnam finds comfort in only one person who is dearest above them all- her friend Rani.
Rani’s courage gives her courage, Rani’s confidence gives her confidence, Rani’s memories give her memories, but when Rani goes missing for two days, red flags light up in Shabnam’s brain. And following the letter she finds hidden in Rani’s room from her father, Shabnam sets out to bid a proper farewell to her friend before she is reunited with her family.
But will Shabnam find Rani? Or is it a trap, carefully laid out to punish the deviant ‘children’ by their beloved Apa?
|Estimated Reading Time||1 hr|
|Published On||02 Aug 2016|
Sep 17, 2016
This book has proved people to change their mindset about transgender.
We not only have to create opportunities for them to work among us but also have to treat them with respect which any human deserves. Atleast this is what pur religion has taught us.
Aug 29, 2016
Changed my life forever
Aug 26, 2016
An amazing read!
Aug 26, 2016
Written so explicitly. I love this so much.
Aug 25, 2016
Mashallah baoun raami lovely story like a sunshine in frozen lake #great