The book is in the fantasy genre. Fantasy genre books, movies have always been my favorite. But not everyone can express the fantasy properly. Confused. But Jimmy Apu tells fantasy type stories in such a way that when I read it, it seems as if everything is happening right in front of my eyes. His writing style, and the plot of his story are also very unique.
Writer Apu describes the cities of Hamrat and Frazen in such a way that the cities seemed to be familiar to me for a long time. As if I myself had stood in the desert of Messina and witnessed that bloody cataclysm. It was as if the waves of the Audius were crashing right in front of my eyes. It was as if I could hear the clanging of Tafsir and Sanhab’s blood-stained sword in my own ears.
Maharav Tafsir Mehrav. Beautiful Falak Ilhaman. Gentleman Sanhab. Every character seems to be alive. Ibn Sina suddenly appeared at a time when I was immersed in the story while reading. I can’t express in words how I felt when I saw the living Ibn Sina. Going a little further, I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw Ajazil alias Iblis himself present in the story. The Devil’s spiritual thoughts were a significant part of this book.
My favorite character from the beginning was Mehrav Tafsir. All his unique qualities, his valor – his semen were all fascinating. Mehrav’s death was the biggest tragedy in this story. Although the writer tried to make Sanhab the main character towards the end, to me the main character of this story is Mehrav Tafsir. And I was falling in love with Falak Ilhaman. But when she disappointed me and fell in love with her boyfriend’s murderer Sanhab, my love for her was shattered. A person’s personality can be good, so he has to fall in love? How is it At the last moment he again betrayed Sanhab himself. I mean, what was his real wish? I don’t think he knows what he wanted. At first I thought he was pretending to fall in love with the intention of betrayal. But no! His love is also true and betrayal is also true. I did not understand the matter. However, the author herself says, “Naked eyes are very scary. What they see makes them believe.” Maybe that’s what happened to me. Maybe I didn’t read Falak Ilhaman’s mind. But I hope the author will clear everything in the second part. And yes the author herself was present in the story. Falak Ilhaman himself has narrated the whole incident to the author.
The whole story was so beautiful that I didn’t want to end it. The author has beautifully described the natural beauty of the two cities. The best part is that the pace of the story has not waned anywhere. But sometimes it seemed like a little rush. And the word “hmm” was annoying. I think this word is more suitable in Facebook Messenger, not in any book.
However no one in the book will go looking for history again. The whole story is imaginative. I wonder how strong a person’s imagination can be to write such a story.