Once again, Sonia Rumzi has used her incredible talent to create a story that has worked its way deep into my heart.
This is a book about one ladies struggle to come to terms with the fact that she is married to an abusive man. Truvi knows her husband's behaviour is wrong. But the fear of being left alone to bring up her children keeps her mind working on ways to accept and live with the abuse.
As with a lot of victims of abuse, Truvi has very little self esteem. She has been isolated and crushed by her husband and absolutely believes that she would not survive without him.
With the help of an older friend, Noor, Truvi come to find the courage she needs to leave her husband and start a new life for herself and her children. However things are never quite that simple in the real world.
What Sonia has so cleverly done in such a short time is to show how desperately difficult it is for a victim of abuse to extradite themselves from such a relationship.
I have so much respect for Sonia Rumzi. Her work is not only brilliantly crafted but honest, sensitive, gentle, respectful and above all it is designed to grant hope to those who have suffered at the hands of others.
Support this special lady and read her work, please. Sonia has an immense literary talent and is using it to help others.