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Escorts in Dreamworld Reserve Review – Book Review

When I first heard of the Travelers’ Affair, I thought to myself “oh shit, a beautiful name.” Thought that was interesting. Thought that lead to much more research. That lead to many questions to the author, and much more ideas about this book. After all, I had read some books by this same author, books with very similar themes, but still completely different in style, and content.

So, I decided to read it all through. Boy was I glad I did. It was a very quick read. There were several different story plots, all interwoven together in a lovely manner. Each one was different, as well.

I particularly enjoyed the portions written about Saleem. His relationship with his sister was an interesting one. Although it went no where, what made the story great, and kept me reading was the way Saleem took care of his sister. I felt like they really bonded over the situation, even if it wasn’t family, just close friends.

The next part I really enjoyed was the portions written about Muhammad. I liked the way Saleem, the older one, struggled with Muhammad’s younger days. You could see the two grew together with ease. Although one had to imagine, because of their differences, that their relationship would be at its weakest.

The parts written about Dr. Shakir were very interesting. He did show how positive his personality was for both of them. Of course, there were things said about Dr. Shakir that made him a bit controversial. The details given were sometimes a little disturbing. Some people have mentioned that they were unnecessary distractions from what was really going on in the novel.

What about Mirza? How did she fit into this book? Well, she too had flaws but I liked the way Saleem took care of her and loved all she had done for him. We even got a little glimpse into her past, as she revealed a little bit of her history to Saleem. In the end, Saleem finally got what he wanted from her, and that was dedication.

The thing I really like about the characters is that they are real people, living out their own fantasy for Saleem. The writer kept bringing them alive and adding little pieces here and there to keep you guessing. Each character had a different voice, and it was fun seeing them interact with each other. I also like the way Saleem took care of each of them.

Overall, this book was enjoyable. I liked the way Saleem and Mirza wrote about themselves. The descriptions of their backyards were especially good, and Saleem took care of them in the end. I also liked the way Saleem and Mirza drew their own pictures. This book was truly a great read, and I recommend it highly to readers who enjoy fantasy romance but who aren’t afraid to have a bit of realism involved.

When Mirza and Saleem first meet, the both of them fall in love. This is a nice beginning to the story, because it makes you interested in what is going on. The two of them soon realize that their love is unlike most others, and it’s evident when they begin having troubles. This book isn’t a long wait, because you can pretty much get caught up pretty quickly.

Once you start reading the book, you’ll start falling in love all over again. The writers hooked you right with their descriptions, and Saleem and Mirza are as good as ever. I especially loved the way they were able to mix fantasy with science fiction. That made this book unique, and I highly recommend it. It just might be the best book in the Escorts in Karachi.

The characters are so real, and there are so much romance and emotion packed into every scene. I loved how they were written very realistically. There aren’t any over the top descriptions of things like the food or the clothing or the houses they live in. They aren’t over done. Just right.

I also really liked the way Saleem and Mirza were teased a little bit. Like how Saleem’s mom had died and left him alone with her. Or how Mirza’s dad wasn’t really involved in the marriage and didn’t really support his daughter. It made for a very intriguing tease, and something I wish I had written.