An autobiographical account of a young daughter’s journey after the untimely death of her father, is about to hit the markets. Bushra Zulfiqar a Pakistani writer and development activist explores the phenomenon of death through reliving her personal loss in the form of an extra ordinary father daughter relationship. The book also addresses critical themes in the historical evolution of Pakistan and brings to the fore front the youth’s position in this fluid and happening country. It highlights the plight of minorities living in Pakistan and strikes at the heart of some of the harsh paradoxes that constitute the very genre of social equality and development.
Both personal & political in nature, the writer has done a loving honor to her father’s memory and a moral service to her country. The book is being released in December 2011 by WestBow Press, a division of Thomas Nelson in the USA.