The Architect’s Apprentice by Elif Shafak

The Architect’s Apprentice by Elif Shafak

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

There is some kind of sweet melancholy in this novel. There is a moment when the novel takes its turn and you start to have some kind of yearning for the past life of the character in the previous phase. We all have feelings like these in our life every now and then, where we wish we could just go back and live it all over again. Where we wish that the time with all those people and moments in it would repeat itself. I could also relate to the unappreciated genius who despite deserving better couldn’t get name and fame in the city which consumed every bit of emotion left in his existence.

Plus my favorite quote from the book: “Nothing ruins the human soul more than hidden resentment.”

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Author: Hina Khan Palwasha

I define myself as a very creative, persuasive, determined, energetic and outgoing person with excellent interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills and the ability to develop and maintain mutually beneficial internal and external relationships. I enjoy being part of, as well as managing, motivating and training, a successful and productive team, and can thrive in highly pressurized and challenging working environment.

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