About The Story
War breeds misery, no matter what the terrain is conquered or the power gained, the bundle of souls that lay buried beneath that conquered territory always nudge the conquerors of the lost humanity. Syria has seen a lot since the Civil War started ten years back in the year 2011. Like a wolf’s blood-soaked mouth after a kill, the war ground remained drenched in red.
Still reeling from the war wounds and devastated by the sudden loss, Aziza a young girl who got separated from her family with her brother on a cruel night, faces the worst nightmare. She finds an unexpected connection with a stranger that offers the possibility of hope. Will she find hope in the face of darkness, or her life will find new skeleton in the cupboard?
Every war is a lesson for the survivors. A story that will rattle the sleepy souls and wake them up to the voices of hundreds of displaced people from the war-torn region.
An engaging, poignant, strong and thrilling story of a girl whose fate makes her a war survivor and inspires others to remain optimistic even in the worst of days.
Madhumita Mandal is one of the authors of the children’s anthology When Mommy Was a Little Girl published by the Ponytale Publishers appeared in Amazon’s Top 50 bestseller reads in the traditional children’s category. Her debut fiction novel THE INVISIBLE ME reviews were published in the Decca Chronicle and The Asian Age. Inspired by her readers’ feedback, she wrote another fiction novel MY DREAM YOUR DREAM. She likes to write in diverse genres and recently came up with her two Sci-Fi short kindle eBooks NUKE MOON & THE CHANDRASHILA MYSTERY MAN. Madhumita was born and raised in Nagpur. She is a healthcare professional and worked in various domains. She has a unique penchant for creativity and creative writing.
When she is not writing, Madhumita spends most of her time reading, cooking, travelling, visiting parks with her daughter, and catching her favourite National Geographic shows. An admitted nature lover, she feeds her addiction to plants by increasing the count of pots at home.