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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Chirya, a young girl of 8 years old, is not quite satisfied with this arrangement. And in the real life game of chess, Chirya is about to do just that — make the queen the most important player.

It is a story of courage, of resilience, of not bowing down, and standing up each time you fall flat on your face. Aks appeared in Pakeeza Digest from August to December Hardcoverpages. Published by Ferozsons first published August To see sks your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

In the beginning of the book, it seems like some supernatural scary things are taking place I had to put the book away, cannot read horror books! Mashal Ahmad N no it’s not like that Lists with This Book.

Jun 02, Tahreem Iqbal rated it it was amazing Shelves: I enjoy many of them. I LOVE many of them. Most of them are mindless entertainments, often forgetful and uninspiring.

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Not all of them xks, just enough. Have I been wasting my time reading all those books? Should I be reading more classics and adult novels that actually present realistic perspective on life? Should I be reading books that leave a lasting impact? I just asked imera as stupid as Cherry, Ujera and Blueberry. That was an Aks reference. After about six years of its publication, I finally read it. Quite the opposite actually. Like many other fans, I had too started reading it as soon as it started serializing in the digest.

Unlike many other fans, however, Bt quit it after first few episodes. Why, you may ask? Because, I had a feeling this novel was going to be about a man being unfaithful to his loving wife. Umerx I was disgusted. I found this repulsive. Despite being a hardcore Umera Ahmad fan, I dropped this novel.


Why did I pick it up again after so many years, you may ask? First, my friend told me the story few years ago, so I kinda knew the complete picture. And I was right.

Aks exceeded my expectations in more ways than one. It presented a deep and complex tale of two characters who loved each other unconditionally.

The kind of love that was above and beyond the boundaries of time and distance. All the relationships were pure and beautiful. The residence is haunted by supernatural creatures they call Dwarfs. He is a happily married man who cherishes his beautiful wife Sheherbano and four year imera daughter Misaal. Now, you may think you know where this story is going, but prepare to be very surprised.

She is also a civil servant. A very competent civil servant who excels at everything. Sherdil and Aks are batch mates and best friends.

Their friendship was the most amazing thing in the entire novel. The way they read and understood each other.

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No matter how many days or even years passed since their last meet up, whenever they were together it seemed like no time had passed at all! Another beautiful relationship in this book was that of Chiriya and her grandfather.

Which did remind me a little of Amraha and her grandfather from Yaaram, but the aforementioned had a much harder time getting through life. Life knocked them hard. Something that changed their lives forever. For a long time after that, there was darkness everywhere.

The sacrifices he made. The faces that were unmasked before him during his harsh times. And it was something that motivated Chiriya for doing everything she did in later life.

The character of Aks is the best part of this entire novel. Before starting the book, I was so ready to label her as a homewrecker and whatnot, but everything I thought I knew about this story was so wrong.

And it all turned out so differently. Aks was too smart to be a homewrecker. And what ajmed did in the end? That put her character above everyone and all! She was a gem. And I love her! I liked their interactions. I respected how Sherdil loved and remained faithful to his wife, even though a significant part of his heart was in love with Aks.


And she was the one who paid such a huge price for her misjudgement. And it kept me depressed for days.

How do aka come back from that? Even though the novel ended on a better note than I expected, it is not that easy to mend those scars, is it? Though, in many ways, Aks is a story of love, it is also a story where Umera Ahmed took a bold step and tackled the social taboo of pedophilia. There were not one, but two characters who were victims of pedophiles. The second character took me completely by surprise and shock. I was horrified to learn how far back this disease ran in this story.

How actions of one man affected someone else later on. And I respect that a lot. This book also reignited my love for Umera Ahmed that I had kind of faded in the midst of all these years. It reminded me how an incredibly awesome of a writer she is. She has this uncanny ability to hook readers into her stories and forget their surroundings altogether. Even when I was hurting. Aks deeply affected me as a reader.

I was blown away by the intricate story telling ability of Umera Ahmed. She presented deep and complex characters a,s the form of Aks, Sherdil and Shehrbano. She presented humanized characters with all their faults and self-destructive nature. They caused greater mess than anyone else. I honestly think the writer went a little overboard with her character at the end.

Still, everything about this book was brilliant.


Umrra all 11 comments. Sep 23, Hasan rated it it was amazing. Aks is one of those novels which can heal the souls of the wounded one.

Aks is abmed story which will teach you how to stand up and move on. It is a story which can tell us that fate actually exists a Aks is one of those novels which can heal the souls of the wounded one. It is a story which can tell us that fate actually exists and you can change your fate. Apr 05, Aleena rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: