Tracey Al Rocha
Genre: Fiction or Novels, Pages: 177, Binding: Paperback, ISBN: 978-93-84333-01-0
She was born with a silver spoon in her mouth, was treated no less than a princess but destiny had something else in store for her. She was beautiful and young. At her age, she should have been happy. Her life should have been filled with fun and frolic but that wasn’t the case, the gush of fatal winds blew the beauty out of her life. She tried hard, escaping from the ugly truth to choose her own path and gradually got wrapped and curled in the Metropolitan dust. She grew up in the streets of filth by swaying her body to the popular tunes. Shadows petrified her. They made her screech and troubled her soul. She desired a handsome and loving husband, luxurious life, ancestral treasures and happiness. Her sexuality made her roar out of thirst for pleasure but love transformed her persona. She had come a long way from the ghoongru’s to the niqāb and realized nothing lasted forever! Shadows is about her journey from cradle to stick, based in the metropolitan dust and dusk, between those narrow lanes and high–rise buildings that stank of cold-heartedness and had cremated several lives.