A smokeless fire started it all. Another smokeless fire stays burning.
Compilation of short stories of the spooks, goblins, ghouls and ghosts of Ruskin Bond. The first story is what sets the name of the book. Even for an adult reader, Ruskin Bond never fails to amaze.
A love story that walks on the footsteps of religion and mystery. Unlike what subcontinent authors try to do to make a best seller, this is really a piece of art. A book that will haunt you for years to come.
The story revolves around a girl and a boy named Zam whom she discovers in garbage and saves his life.
The book is filled with Arabic calligraphy and expressions from the Arabian culture.
References from all the Abrahamic religions fill the gripping story line.
The book shows miracles mentioned in the Bible and the Quran but the artist has not drawn the face of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, out of respect.
In the end, it’s a story you will NEVER forget.
It bit me. I couldn’t bite him. Then he tried to make the things smooth again. This counts as another biting. As for the wish to bite him, that is a legal right of every carnivore.
It is the inevitable truth. People doubt God, love and science. But they don’t doubt the end.
January 1st, 2004. An album was released. And “Undisputedly” I fell in love. With it, first.
It always has a source. Only one source should not be a wise man’s tale.
Some humans eat humans and still they are not cannibals. And no, this is NOT a romantic expression.
You come closer to it with every passing day. You are closer to it than you were at the beginning of this line. That is the truth.
Some never cross. Others shouldn’t be.