'EQUINOX' - Hina Jadav's Debut Novel

Wednesday, November 13, 2013 Hiba Moeen 2 Comments



"As long as you breathe so shall I, princess if I am not found in you I do not exist. I'm lost in you bad ..." These are a few words from Equinox!

Hina Jadav is the first Pakistani author to have written a romantic fantasy fiction novel, titled, 'Equinox' which engulfs the readers into getting acquainted with an orphan, teenage girl, April who is raised in a Convent School. It would not be long till she discovers the reality of the shadow that has been following her most of her life; in a combination of heartbreak, sorrow, love and friendship, fates would be decided and lives unraveled ...

The book is soon to be published and details for pre-order will be shared soon.

Here are a few encouraging words from the editor, Jim Blackburn:

Foreword

The most famous lovers are recognizable by one name only: Romeo & Juliet, Abélard &Héloïse, Edward & Bella, and Bonnie & Clyde to name just a few. Author Hina Jadav introduces us to April & Richard in Equinox, the first book in the Equinox trilogy.
April must make her way through a Catholic boarding school in the picturesque, yet haunting English countryside. Her world is one where reality and fantasy intermingle, a world that centers upon her true love, Richard. But, all is not what it seems for these young lovers and their shared fate, like all the famous couples mentioned above who were drawn together by an uncontrollable pull of the heart, April & Richard must face trials and tribulations in the name of love. Emotions run high, and passion is in a constant struggle to be contained. Jadav opens the door to an exciting new world with Equinox, inhabited with a dramatic and fantastic story of love.
Jim Blackburn
Jim Blackburn is an author, freelance journalist, and editor living in the Hudson ValleyShokan, NY. Book Reviews. Editor of SJU @ http://www.southjerseyunderground.com https://twitter.com/SJUndergroundblackburnbookreview.tumblr.com

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  2. Thank you making Equinox reach the millions...ur effort means so much to me...it going to be revolutionary for Pakistani readers and writers...i hope...i pray...

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