If you’re looking for a Muslim version of Bridget Jones’s diary with an overbearing mum who means well, lots of laugh out loud moments, Bollywood worthy drama, a filthy smoking habit, and an obsession with biscuits; give this book a read.
The beginning was so slow that I found myself trailing off. The ending was so abrupt that I genuinely checked if I had accidentally ripped out a few pages by accident.
Grab your reading glasses and some tissues cos this book has the perfect amount of emotional drama to make your heart ache, yet leave you wanting more. I’ve always been utterly obsessed with anything Elif Shafak writes and how it manages to transform me into a blithering emotional mess within a few hundred pages. This…
The story of a little boy who leaves the safety of his own tiny planet to travel the universe, learning the peculiarities of adult behaviour through a series of extraordinary encounters.
The remarkable novel about a 5-year-old boy who lives with his mother, trapped inside a single room. This is the story of their life and their escape.
The author, M.E. Thomas is a 30 something successful lawyer who just happens to be a diagnosed sociopath with no empathy and a fondness for manipulation.
What if when you picked up the phone you heard the voice of a loved one who had passed away?
If heaven called, would you answer?
Spoiler alert: You’ve read this middle-class, midlife-crisis story before. Many many times.
Have your relatives started making comments about how there’s a right age to get married? Have your elders started guilt tripping you by statements like ‘humari zindagi mein shaadi karlo’’
If yes, then you should probably give this a read.