The Temple Stop by Harinder Cheema is an outstanding combination of magic, love, sacrifice, trust, and thrill. There are action, drama, suspense and a bag full of incredible poems in the book which totally upgrades the overall impact of the story.
Everything looks dramatic in the beginning, but the twists and turns on equal intervals will keep you hooked till the last page. The most unpredictable part of the book was the end. It beautifully justified the quote, "Magic is believing in yourself. If you can do that, you can make anything happen."
The Temple Stop also puts light on the family of martyred soldiers. How life completely changes for the entire family after losing their son in the religious game of war. It also emphasizes the importance of faith and how it can bring everyone together for good.
Keep the faith, hold on. Things will get better. It might be stormy now, but it can't rain forever.
Overall, The Temple Stop by Harinder Cheema is a must-read. So, go ahead and buy this book from Amazon now!
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AUTHOR: Harinder Cheema
PUBLISHER: Blue Rose Publishers
ABOUT THE BOOK:
The Temple Stop is not just a story of love and romance. It is a story of all those soldiers who have sacrificed their lives in the service of the nation.
A story of their helpless families who are forced to live a life of poverty and oblivion waiting for some divine intervention. It is also a social commentary on the evils prevailing in the society.
But nowhere are the social messages forced on the readers. The treatment is very subtle. The story has a natural flow like that of a river and the messages are like the silt it carries along its course which helps make the land fertile and rich.
The author intends to do the same to the minds of my readers. The novel also boasts of a novelty and that is the introduction of poetry in contemporary fiction.
The book starts with a poem and ends with a poem. Throughout the story, she has expressed strong emotional scenes through poetic verses.
The style is simple, the language colloquial but it is the profundity of thought and some soul searching poetry that makes The Temple Stop a rich work of literature.
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