Sara, a child born with bloodshot eyes, had a flaming passion and the strength to endure struggles. She had one desire - to go to school. The villagers in Nuristan, a province small town tucked in eastern Afghanistan, protested against her in the construction of a girl’s school. Can passion and desire prove victorious over age-old customs and tradition?
In this book, you will read about the journey of people with a lifelong dream and how far they would go to achieve them.
Khojasta Sameyee is a social activist and an author. She has contributed to Global voices and NABU as an author and a volunteer translator. She has won an N-Peace Award in 2018 for her work in social activism and promoting peace.
Ahmad Khisrow Sameyee is a freelance journalist working in Kabul, Afghanistan. He was inspired by literature when he was introduced to Rumi’s poems and William Shakespeare’s artworks. He has unpublished short stories, written in Dari/Persian language, and contributed to organizations for whom he writes scripts and translates content.