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Books – Rasha
Author – Muhammad Zafar Iqbal
Publisher – Copperplate
Number of pages – 236
Printed price – only 280 rupees
“I’m a crazy person, I don’t understand so much. I only understand one thing. That is to live. When you die, everything is over, then nothing can be done. But if you survive, there is a way. You see, everything will be fine for you.”
It is basically a teenage novel with Rasha as the main character. The name Rasha is given to him. When she was ten years old, one of her classmates jokingly made a poem with her name (Raisa) which she could not bear and later changed the name herself. Although Rasha’s childhood was normal like the rest of the children, she had to go through a cruel situation in her childhood. That is the separation of his parents. Dad got married and moved to Canada and Mom to Australia. Before his mother left, he left her with his mad grandmother in a remote countryside.
Despite being away from the city, away from his parents, he is able to keep pace with the village environment and experience new things. He has tried his best to change the so-called image of the village.
Rasha’s grandfather was a martyred freedom fighter. It is as if her grandfather’s blood is flowing in Rasha’s body. Even after so many years of liberation war, rebellious attitude towards Razakar and courage to make revolution can be noticed in his character. Towards the end of the novel, the Razakar who killed his grandfather is seen plotting to kill Rasha. In the end, will Rasha be able to survive from the Razakars or will she die in protest against the Razakars like her grandfather?
Personal opinion: The author has presented the character Rasha as very brave. He has described several situations in detail. However, it can be said that this book is suitable for 12-16 year olds.
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