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Set in South Pakistan, this controversial novel is a searing study of evil. It is the tragic and shocking story of the beautiful Heer, brutalized and corrupted by Pir Sain, the so-called man of God whom she is married to at the age of fifteen.
|Authored By||Tehmina Durrani|
|Publication Year||2000 October|
|Number of Pages||237 Pages|
This is not a novel that exposes the truth about Islam as many may mistake it to be. It is evident in the story that religion plays no part in the sins of a man. It is rather a depiction of how a man in power exploits his religion and preys on ignorant people who have blindly put their faith on such religious leaders with the hope of salvation. Durrani's prose style is remarkable and once you start, you won't be able to stop without completing the book, wondering what horror will take place next. It is brutal, excessively violent, horrifying and though it may seem that the author has exaggerated at parts, it will open your eyes to what really goes on behind locked doors in the villages of Pakistan. After all, the truth is always bitter.
Very violent yet impressive........If you have a weak heart or a great sense of imagination, please keep away from this novel.
It takes you much nearer to the naked "Truth" that Islam depicts.......!!!
Absolutely courageous and brilliant in writting and brings tears to your eyes...must read for all and the story flows through the political pakistan giving us an idea of what was happening there at that time as well....salute to the author