Boy, this took long! I read this book on a slower pace than lots other books. It has to be one of the most difficult subjects I ever read about and the story was so deep that I had to stop myself often and take a breather
Kamran Hadid feels invincible. He attends Hampton school, an elite all-boys boarding school in London, he comes from a wealthy family, and he has a place at Oxford next year. The world is at his feet. And then a night of revelry leads to a drunken encounter and he must ask himself a horrific question.
With the help of assault counsellor, Zara Kaleel, Kamran reports the incident in the hopes that will be the end of it. But it’s only the beginning…
Treating sensitive subjects like male rape, depression, addiction, and the pressure of being perfect in a rich world where being gay is just a notion that exists outside norms, this book is the perfect analysis of it all. It is probably the best gritting, shocking and thrilling crime fiction book of the year
What happens when you can’t turn to anyone for help? What happens when you have to act and live up to certain standards according to social status and religion but all you want is just to be normal? What happens when public image matters more than what you feel, who you are and who you love?
This a drama that examines some of the issues that deform society but also a fictional thriller that will shock you
When you get to the final chapters, be ready to throw out the window all you thought abut every character in this story. It is so twisted that it will blow your mind