Egyptian writer's new book on Sheikh Hasina
The book has been named "Divine Destiny 'The legend of a father, a daughter and the holy bond" has a very epic flavor in the Novel, an ancient style of reading.
Mohssen Arishie, A renowned Egyptian writer whose brilliantly emotional, exquisitely structured biographical fiction, mingled with mythology, marks the transition in Bengali history since1920 to the present century glorification.
While Mr. Mohssen Arishie was writing this epic novel, understanding is that his emotion was translated into mythological responses like a ruby to the sunlit. Rhythmic word selection has given the novel a bim of motion. It was running into a sacred milieu, which intensely connected to the wake-up call for the sake of human duty to gather -righteousness, ethics and values, and genuinity. It seems like some Arabic-styled English lines clutched some emotional Bengali words, which are full of lots of poetic verse. And his own philosophical understanding ushers an authentic energy, which will flash your misunderstanding away from your misread of Bengali history past.
Bangabandhu and Bangladesh is discovered here in a way not found in any other author's writing, not even the life of Bangabandhu's daughter, the popular leader Sheikh Hasina, has been discussed in such detail and so passionately before. Egyptian mythology and the experience is sinking in the ethical engrossment. This novel is also a philosophical guide-line. Arguments for close faith. The 102-years of the untold history of Bengalis have shored here in the hope of eternal glory.