Anjam-e-Baharan is written by by world known Turkish writer Adalet Agaoglu. Anjam-e-Baharan is the Urdu translation of her novel Yazsonu (Summer's End) by Huma Anwar.
Narrated by an author on vacation among the classical ruins of the ancient city of Side on the Mediterranean coast in Turkey, Anjam-e-Baharan provides an intricate picture of a large cross-section of modern Turkish society. The novel offers a complex multi-dimensional and multi-leveled view of cultural values, politics, sexuality, and personal dilemmas. Anjam-e-Baharan is one of the most celebrated works by Adalet Agaoglu, widely considered to be one of the principal novelists of our time.