Recent release “The Broken Lens” from Page Publishing author Noor Khaled is a compelling novel introducing teenagers Adam and Sarah, who meet on a plane heading toward painful confrontations that will define the next chapter in their lives.
Noor Khaled, an interior design student, a fashion designer, and a mother living in her war-torn and besieged native Yemen with her husband and family, has completed her new book “The Broken Lens”: a stirring story inspired by actual events.
Two teenagers who lived in a toxic, broken houses. Both lived traumatic experiences growing up, which led them to live their life, looking through a broken lens filled with wounds and tragedy, self-hate and issues, and tasteless and sorrowful life.
Adam eventually got stronger with his boss’s guidance and his grandmother’s wisdom. He learned some life secrets, beauty, and colors by slowly ripping off his broken lens.
Adam and Sarah came together by chance and met at her most vulnerable time. He decided to help show her the ways that helped him live stronger.
As he tried to help her by sharing the life secrets he learned and motivated her into finishing her book, showing her life’s beauty and her own as he read beneath her wounds, he eventually fell in love with her and all her flaws. Sarah decided to combine her memoirs and his into one novel that shares their life story.
Published by Page Publishing, Noor Khaled’s engrossing book is a stirring work of fiction offering life lessons for readers of all ages.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “The Broken Lens” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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