Hearts Torn Asunder

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Josh and Madison are the perfect couple, but even true love can change like the seasons. A shattered dream causes their marriage to take an unexpected plunge toward a silent grave. Can they manage to pull it back from the precipice?

Find out in this tale of love, heartache and miracles. More
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About Sherzahd

Born and raised in beautiful Cape Town, I've always found the surrounding mountains and oceans to be a source of inspiration. A poet at heart, I have recently begun branching out by trying my hand at writing prose and short stories of all genres.

I do hope that you enjoy reading my stories even half as much as I enjoy writing them.

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Kari Smith reviewed on on Aug. 15, 2012
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This story touched my heart...like its not been for a long time.
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Kari Smith reviewed on on Aug. 15, 2012
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This story touched my heart, like its not been in a long time.
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Robert Conway reviewed on on July 23, 2012

Without a doubt there is talent here. This short story is emotionally engaging and psychologically correct. The only negative thing to say is that it is too short. There is enough room between the lines to create a beautiful novella – possibly even, a novel. Thoroughly enjoyed the story and the poetry. It was over before I was ready for it to be over.
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Jake Malden reviewed on on June 8, 2012

Sherzahd grounds raw emotion in the concrete details of real life, which only serves to make her story more convincing and the journey of the protagonist more affecting. The sense of reality here is discomfiting, but the humanity of the piece takes us through the trauma to a place of hope. Spiritual or humanist - it can be read as either. A story facing up to life's pain should be done with craft and empathy. This has them both in abundance and the result is deeply moving.
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Jake Malden reviewed on on June 3, 2012
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Sherzahd grounds raw emotion in the concrete details of real life, which only serves to make her story more convincing and the journey of the protagonist more affecting. The sense of reality here is discomfiting, but the humanity of the piece takes us through the trauma to a place of hope. Spiritual or humanist - it can be read as either. A story facing up to life's pain should be done with craft and empathy. This has them both in abundance and the result is deeply moving.
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viv hotten reviewed on on May 28, 2012

An emotional rollercoaster that dips a long, long way and makes the reader feel the raw hurt depicted baldly but realistically. If you are looking for sugar coating during the journey then hard luck.

If there's one thing about life that this reinforces is that however painful the downs, you have to hold on to and rejoice the ups. If you want to believe in miracles, fine, that's your choice, I put my faith in people and their strength, and this story reaffirms that. But be ready to sniff a bit on the way!

The author manages to cut to the heart incisively without fuss or falling into the trap of overdressing the tale being told. To my eyes, there's a real talent here waiting to be encouraged and mined.
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