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Sarah Khan’s In Search of The Lost is an incredible read

Indore, India: Born in the city of Indore, India, Sarah Khan, a young author, is an inquisitive person who loves drawing, painting, reading novels and geological books. She’s currently pursuing her bachelors from Indore. Her work has been featured in Indus woman writing magazine as well as The Literary Times magazine. She had won many writing competitions at institute as well as outer levels. Apart from her love for fictions, she writes quotes, poetries, articles, stories and all sorts of things. Her family has provided their support to pursue this passion more. She’s currently a Blogger with her blog titled, ‘My Creations’. She wants to create revolutionary changes in society in terms of equality and prosperity and she aspires towards a better world.

Recently, her book ‘In Search of the Lost’ got published. The story is a historical fiction woven around a boy who gets detached from his family due to a tragedy. The interesting fact is that the story is based upon fictional characters yet the historical incidents from British India being highlighted are true.

Sarah thinks that books are a ‘reality stimulator’ and her stories can create an impact on the readers in tackling their real life problems. Her book ‘In Search of The Lost’ has been published on Amazon, Flipkart, Goodreads, Evincepub, Kobo store, Bpskart and Instamojo.

Sarah had summarized her book with the following words-

“In 1857 when British rule began in India after the defeat of the last Mughal emperor, there were a series of events inflicting the normal lifestyle of people. As I learnt about the historic era where nationalists rebelled against the British regime, I realized that common people had also faced oppression which nobody ever got to know. There might have been untold stories of displaced children and detached families which our history books never taught us. While I was imagining myself as a part of the common public during the British legislation, something clicked inside my head as if I had discovered something nobody ever found. As I researched about the places of national importance, I came to know about Jallianwala Bagh, a memorial of national recognition. After the implementation of martial law, the holocaust at Jallianwala Bagh had shaken the nation. Many lost their lives or their loved ones. It had been an emotional insight for me, but my interest in the historical world had compelled me to bring this world to you.”

The composition of Sarah Khan presents you a story that takes you to the times of freedom movement. In Search of The Lost is woven around catchy and lively historical incidents. Once you began reading, you won’t be able to stop. The struggle of a mother to find the existence of her son would keep you guessing until the end.

Sarah believes that a life without problems is like an Earth without science. Hence, she often amplify the optimism through her creations.

Sarah’s Instagram handle- @vibes_of_a_lost_girl

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