Brilliant in most of the part, some very deep insights on life and death which to my mind came as a surprise. The flow in the first three chapters appears jarred but the gates open up after that and there is a deluge of deep thoughts and subtle insinuations about the horrors we have created for unknown reasons. The story unfolds neatly and some really beautiful philosophical lines in between keep the interest intact. The plot is fresh and narration is captivating. The best part that I liked was the author's passive and objective approach towards emotion and drama, not hanging too much around the tragedies and just pass by.
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Overall this book deserves to be published because it touches on the excruciating pain being silently faced by muslims. It really is an amazing book and at some places looks like some deep researched work.