It is a time of terror and a time of misery. A child is murdered. The lives of two mothers, unknowingly, intertwine with a shattering effect that cannot be pieced back together, again. Mystery shrouds the killers as they hunt for their next victim. Thus, a journey of self-awareness begins for each character solemnly affected by the brutal murder of the innocent child, triggering a final decision.
Seemeen Khan Yousufzai is one of the finest young authors of today. She, first, introduced the world to the flair of her creativity in her first book, an anthology of poems dealing with pain, suffering, hope, and determination, On the Wings of SKY. Since then, she has gone on to conquer hearts and the realm of imagination, creativity, sensitivity, emotions, senses, spiritualism, romanticism, and more in her next book of poems, A Sip of Moonlight. She then forayed into the world of prose with her much-acclaimed thought-provoking book of short stories and essays, The Unfinished Portrait. Once more, with When the Heavens Split Asunder she presents her prose work in the form of a novel. She enjoys writing and all her pieces of writing include a lesson, a thought, a hope, and a reminder. She lives in Pakistan with her beloved husband, where she works full-time as a CELTA-certified Lecturer in English.