Unveiling the Unknown 2 Reviews

By: Tooba Arshad

Blood – red, gushing blood. There is blood on my hands.

I killed someone. I killed an innocent.

What have I become – a killer? I promised myself that I wouldn’t. And yet, I did. This is what I had feared from the beginning.

“Reeza,” Mikhail whispered my name, as he cradled me to his chest.

Was I even human? Or was I just a monster? I didn’t know.

“Reeza,” he spoke in my ear, rocking me back and forth.

Will I ever be forgiven? Do I forgive myself? I didn't know.

Captured and deprived of her old life, sixteen year old Reeza Mehr finds herself impersonating her dead cousin sister, Reesha, to ensure of her survival. In her journey to unravel the truth, Reeza encounters some of the wildest of her fears and the strongest of her desires. She is on the verge of losing her last strand of humanity. Will she be able to fight the darkness that threatens to consume her? Will she be able to cope?

Read on, to find out.

ISBN (Digital) 000
Total Pages 200
Language English
Estimated Reading Time 2 hrs
Genre Mystery
Published By Daastan
Published On 17 Jan 2018
Tooba Arshad

Tooba Arshad

Born and brought up in Karachi, I think of myself as a passionate individual with diverse interests. I am a dedicated writer, a student, an unorthodox teacher, a motivational speaker, an aspiring editor, a born skeptic, and an obvious ambivert, with a strong personal moral code. My thriller fiction, "Unveiling the Unknown", is my debut novel which was published through Daastan on 25th Feb 2017. Whereas, my second novel, "Outbreak" - first in its series - is a sci-fi thriller expected to be launched soon. I have tried my hand at all genres of writing in the past decade, and have also directed several theatrical plays in my student life. I am also a member of various literary forums, including Desi Writers Lounge (DWL) and International Association of Professional Writers & Editors (IAPWE). I am currently doing my bachelors in Biomedical Engineering from NED University of Engineering & Technology, while also handling many part-time jobs.


saniya khan


Nov 14, 2017

Mar 02, 2017

Oh, gosh. I am now having this urge to read this story till the end and find it all out. Great effort! Keep it up!

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