We are ripples on the lake, and, just like those ripples, our actions echo for eternity…

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Imran Ullah was orphaned by the Indian army when he was an infant. He never knew his mother or father, not even their names. All he has known is the harsh reality Muslims in Kashmir face. Now seventeen-years-old, he has lived a life of poverty and abuse, and he questions the meaning of his very existence. However, everything changes the day he meets a girl: Fiza. What follows is a journey of love and loss that changes his life forever, a journey in which he discovers the secrets surrounding his parents’ deaths. However, above all else, Imran will find his place in the world.

Praise for The Orphans of Kashmir:


“This story has vivid descriptions, a strong theme of hope, a great character and story arc, and an emotional and climactic ending that satisfies. There are definitely a lot of tragic elements though. If you like the Kite Runner or the sequel, this book is right up your alley.” — Goodreads Review

“By far this has been one of the best books i have ever read. I literally finished this book in a day! I seriously could not put it down. Without spoiling the books talks about an orphaned boy who struggles with not only life but the hardship in Kashmir. this books had me emotional towards the end I could not believe it. The author did such a good job with the characters giving them life, purpose, and personality that intrigued me so that I couldn’t put the book down. All in all a 10 out of 10! I cant wait to read more of what this author has to offer.” — Goodreads Review

“The author has a confident and engaging writing style—this is the first thing that struck me when I started reading this novel. The central character Imran is nicely painted—a coming of age story, a boy who learns about his past and himself to become a man. Descriptions of Kashmir, the environment and atmosphere are fascinating.” — Goodreads Review