The Witch Some Witch: Damning Her and Damning Me
Quleen O Queen, author
The author has poured forth an unforgiving story of the voiceless while reaching after the suspenseful depths of a beautiful brave world. What is the message of the work – attack apathy and instill the need for awareness. As without it, anyone can turn us into a scapegoat, a victim and even a slave! “The novel as a witty prose of Memory, Revenge, Love and CRIME is a chilling story about a murder in self-defense, dishonour of a hapless girl, a town reeling from riots and a forced sacrifice for a witch,” the author tells. This book is a witty satire on the crimes against the helpless. It is a story of a girl who was once assaulted most viciously by those who are supposed to protect the law of the land. Buried, left for dead and forgotten, she runs towards a far-off town to forget her morbid past. On reaching the place, she is attacked by the history of the town- its land of riots, partition and power politics. What mesmerizes her to stay is the forbidden secrecy of the witch, some witch which like a magic trick delights her and helps her forget how ghastly reality can be. Has she visited the town to unleash her demons of revenge or will she try to save the town on the verge of a stupid war?