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The Forty Rules Of Love By Elif Shafak: Book Review

The Forty Rules Of Love By Elif Shafak: Book Review
on Oct 04, 2021
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The Forty Rules Of Love By Elif Shafak is a book that will make every one fascinated with enchanted words  Yes, it is that good. Elif Shafak is not any doubt the simplest writer now. And the proof is this book itself. She has created a masterpiece that might go down into history as the BOOK of the century. The story proceeds in two different timelines. In 21st Century, its Ella Rubenstein, a housewife, mother of three, an emotionally distant husband during a pleasant home. Everything should make her confident and fulfilled, yet there's a void, an emptiness in her heart, in her life that that was once crammed with love. She started working for a literary agency where she was handed down a manuscript written by Aziz Zahara about the 13th Century Sufi poet Rumi and Shams of Tabriz, and his forty rules of life and love. Ella shocked herself reading the manuscript. Turning her back on her family, she embarks on a journey to meet the mysterious author of this work. The Forty Rules of Love may be a book that's simply a search infused with Sufi mysticism and verses that takes Ella also as us into an exotic world where faith and love are heartbreakingly explored. The narrative is so intriguing that at no point one feels bored. You will read and reread the verses and therefore the brilliant pieces of narrative. This book may be a sanctum of spiritualism in one among its finest ways. The world knows Rumi and strangely he's not the centrepiece of this book, it’s the Shams of Tabriz, a wandering dervish who not only helped enlightening the famous Rumi but also the readers. A review of this book is totally pointless. It’s just a must read for all. To buy this book, click here

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