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Barely surviving the death of her daughter to a harrowing disease and the acrimonious divorce from her husband of nineteen years, Azraa Hassim has become a bitter woman, numbed by her own rage and anger. Fragrance of Forgiveness, the sequel to the award-winning debut novel Mirror Cracked, picks up two years later. Azraa exists without engaging with anyone unless necessary, ...more
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Published February 13th 2019 by Kwarts Publishers
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Sadia Musa
Mar 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Wow wow wow...another remarkable eye-opening yet heart warming novel by the AMAZING Raashi Khan!

So much truth, wisdom, insight and life lessons are depicted in this is a beautiful story of how in order to move forward one must forgive. Beautifully written in manner that is easy to read and understand. I cannot wait for her next one!
Nadia Musa
Mar 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This book!!!! I have no words as to how this book spoke to words at all to describe what a page turner it is and how I could not put it down! Rashida Khan has done it again.... and I cannot wait for her next book!!!!
Mar 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A truly remarkable story line with unexpected twist . You have so eloquently described events , able to maintain and hold on to the key essence of the story . One is able to share the characters emotions bringing them to life . At your launch you mentioned the characters are part of you . I can clearly identify with that feeling.
A great lesson to be learnt in this novel ...although I understand Azraa's pain and hurt , I also feel regret ...if only she had not been impulsive and quick on judgeme
Rafeeyah Hassim
This book definitely exceeded all expectations.

The heartfelt sequel to mirror cracked has you searching for more and it’s unpredictable nature leaves you questioning your own life. The strength Azraa and Fareed demonstrate as they evolve is both heartbreaking and insightful!

Lovely read. This book brings a sense of hope that life is a reflection of your reaction to it.

I’d highly recommend.
Marriam Essa-Sayed
Jan 31, 2021 rated it it was amazing
A sequel to Mirror Cracked, this is yet another AMAZING read from Raashida Khan. Fragrance of Forgiveness did not disappoint. Fantastic writing that will keep you hooked.
Read more about this one on my mini book review here...
Ludtfia Patel
Jan 22, 2021 marked it as to-read
Another amazing read.
One who has been through trauma can relate to this.
Be it losing a loved one or being betrayed.
It teaches you how one person can come back just by understanding the true meaning if forgiveness.
Love this!
Mariam Karim
Mar 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
After reading Mirror Cracked I couldn't wait for this sequel! The story draws you in from page 1. Excellently written with real emotion. Definitely recommend! ...more
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Having turned the pages through my past. I lived and have survived bitterness. I have learnt that everyone in my space must be honoured. The present cannot be lived without honouring the person's that cultivated you. That's person is only you. Our Personalities within us must understand that Respect, Gratitude, Wisdom and then Forgiveness. We have have one chance at life and there is no method or sane place. There is choices and decisions...

Fragrance of Forgiveness is the closure to most of the
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Raashida Khan is a content creator, author, poet, wife, mother and friend – a unicorn that does exist. As a caring, compassionate and empathetic person who loves observing people and life, she is a storyteller of note. She would like to be remembered as ‘never boring.’

She is 48 and was born in Durban (her favourite city), where she lived for twenty-seven years before moving to Johannesburg. She s

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