|Dimensions||21 x 12 x 2 cm|
“Adventures are an integral part of life. Highs and lows, ups and downs, negatives and positives together sum up life. But what if mishaps outnumber the smiles?.. So much that there builds up enormous gap between smiles and tears?I suppose then life cannot be termed as a summation of highs and lows.
Hayatt Ali Siddique’s life is one such enigma of pain, tears and devastating struggle for peace. He takes life by snatching it away from the clutches of destiny. Doom starts spelling on him right since his existence comes into being. But a born warrior, he fails all the ordeals and travails coming his way. And before the curtain of life falls, he rises up again. And we witness his resurrection.
‘The Man who lived the Ages’ is the story of a young guy who undergoes huge misdemeanours of fate, so much that at several instances, he almost touches the drape of death, but each time life holds his breaking string and mends his attire of heartbeats. While going through this book, the reader shall travel in great spaces and times and live the journey as it treads.
Umair Siddique has made his hero alive in his entire narration. He has marvellously pictured Hayatt’s life to an extent of living it. The writer is full of emotions and a strong panache of weaving events. At times, he would throw you in flashbacks, but only leaving you in awe.
The suspense and thrill wouldn’t leave you till the end. He can make you guess like the sky, yet touch your instincts each time. The deeper strata of the book holding more sentiments, is a vision of the strongest of humans, who believe in life and the power it holds.
The book will compel you to believe that we can never plan life, not even death. We are only puppets at the hands of destiny. We have to accept life as it comes… Even if we plan to die. We’ll succeed only if our final time is destined by the Almighty.
The book deserves true appreciation and praise. It is though a work of fiction, but very close to reality. At times, it can make you smile, at others, it can make you cry. It can set you pulsating at numerous instances and leave you guessing. It can bring your imaginations to examination.”
Publisher: BlueRose Publishers
Publish Date: 2020
Page Count: 203
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