Top 10 | Epic Novels Leaving an Ever-lasting Impact

There are epics that have a million characters and pull you into a fictional world you can’e escape even if you wanted. And then, there are some novels that have few character but you fall in lvoe with every single one of them. In this list, I’m listing some novels that fall in the second category. You don’t need a batallion of characters to make your story memorable.

1. Aab-e-Hayat by Umera Ahmed


Book review: Aab-e-Hayat by Umera Ahmed

2. Peer e Kamil by Umera Ahmed


Book review: Peer-e-Kaamil by Umera Ahmed

3. Haalim by Nemrah Ahmad

Taliya Murad, Fateh, Adam, Datin, Ashar, and Asra… Murad and Zul-Kifli… That is, if you ignore the cross-over episode that brought in Cihan Sikandar from Jannay Key Pattay. These are the only characters that register to your mind. I’m being generous. Haalim is primarily about Taliya, Fateh and Adam.

And yet… you can’t forget these characters, or their stories.

Book review: Haalim

4. Mushaf by Nemrah Ahmad


Book review: Mushaf

5. Bin Roye Aansoo by Farhat Ishtiaque


6. Paras by Nemrah Ahmed


Book review: Paras

7. Paras Rukhsana Nigar Adnan


Book review: Paras by Rukhsana Nigar Adnan

8. Daasi Dholan Yaar Di by Faiza Iftekhar


Book review: Daasi Dholan Yaar Di

9. Zindagi Gulzar Hai by Umera Ahmed


Book review: Zindagi Gulzar Hai by Umera Ahmed

10. Humsafar by Farhat Ishtiaq

Khirad Ehsaan and Ashar Hussain, Sara Jamal and Khizr, Fareeda and Zarina… the story revolves around these six characters. But Khirad stays with you forver.

Book review: Humsafar by Farhat Ishtiaque

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Shabana Mukhtar

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