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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
Frozen Moments by M. Tasleem displays a collection of stories within other stories, showcasing the various elements of human character. Tasleem became inspired by watching the lives of others. If you have ever watched people, whether it's at the grocery store, on public transportation, shopping, or driving in your car, you will see various forms of communication. Tasleem gives us an example of a humanistic character as shown in the case of the Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP). The DSP was hospitalized and riddled with pain, but the main objective of his family, particularly his son, was the location of his land, insurance, money and other things of value. The son did not care as much about the well-being of his father, despite the constant warning of the nurse to let him rest. On the other hand, Tasleem posed a question to consider about the DSP and the son. How did the DSP deal with the less fortunate in his line of duty? How will the son of the DSP fare in his future based upon his actions now?
If you are looking for a book about how choices affect not only you, but those around you, consider Frozen Moments by M. Tasleem. I loved this book and especially the concept of human nature. People watching tells a lot. The concept and the development of Frozen Moments by M. Tasleem have great relevance. However, due to the language dialect, some of the beauty of the message being conveyed may be lost. Overall, I loved the essence of the story, so pick up a copy of Frozen Moments by M. Tasleem to check your humanity barometer.