Mishal is a beautiful girl. Everyone loves her. Brought up in an elite household with everything she can wish for, you think, she has everything she ever wants, but does she? On the other hand is Mishal’s cousin Mehreen; a girl who is not-so-pretty and has a disturbing background. Everyone’s annoyed by her bad behavior and ill-mannered ways. Living in the same house, these two girls go head-to-head. And in the middle of these two is caught Aswad, a handsome young guy, who is their cousin and who is also madly in love with Mishal, and hates Mehreen. All three of them think they have their lives perfectly planned out for themselves but can this much hate and competition really end up in something good?
It revolves around the blessings and influence of ethics and morals on people’s lives. It’s an account of a religious girl who makes wrong choices in distress and faces adverse consequences. It also narrates how poverty defaces human emotions and affects blood relations and tends to turn them into insecure emotionless parasites
Peer-e-Kamil or ‘The Perfect Mentor’ is one of the best and most popular Urdu novels written by the famous Pakistani author Umera Ahmed. It was first published in Urdu in 2004, and later in English in 2011. The book deals with the turning points in intervening lives of two people very unlike each other: a runaway girl, Imama, and a boy named Salar who is gifted with extraordinary intelligence.