Never Again
ISBN: 9789643626891
First print: 2011
Last print: 2012
Main language: Persian
Page count: 303
Publisher: Cheshmeh Publications
 
 
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Never Again

Moloud is a lonely little girl. Her father is dead and her mother works for a wealthy aristocratic family. One day, Moloud comes home early from school and finds her usually exhausted and miserable mother happily entertaining guests. Mother is soon married and focused entirely on her new husband and his children. The little girl is wholly forgotten. Soon after the marriage, mother’s former employer asks her to send Moloud as her replacement. Fearing Moloud’s stubbornness at home is threatening her marriage, mother agrees and Moloud’s life is suddenly turned upside down. The little girl hungering for motherly love and affection turns into a cold and indifferent creature only to recall human feelings and passion years later in an untimely love affair. The turbulent times affected by growing desires for change, snatch love away from Moloud, leaving her even more wretched than before. But this isn’t the end of her story. As Moloud struggles to come to terms with her colourless and empty life, she suddenly comes face to face with a long-lost love but will she finally find happiness or is love goingto leave her as lonely and wretched as she’s ever been?

Never Again is a touching narrative that tells the story of a girl who doesn’t belong anywhere. It explores her   fears, her sufferings and her loneliness before she finds love. In the end, it’s hope that allows her to fly away from captivity and break the chains of misery and despair.

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