Book Reviews

Karachi You’re Killing Me by Saba Imtiaz (Book Review)

“Racey, pacey and laugh-out-loud funny. A Murree-beer-soaked love letter to Karachi and journalism”, says Muhammed Hanif about this book, “Karachi you’re killing me”. Written in a daily diary style this treatise which starts on December 31, 2011 and ends on May 11, 2012, encompassing over 260 pages, is treat to read. Written in a casual,… Continue reading Karachi You’re Killing Me by Saba Imtiaz (Book Review)

Book Reviews

“The Alchemist” (Graphic Version) by Paulo Coelho

With over two million copies cold, Paulo Coelho’s novel The Alchemist is still going strong and changing the lives of people around the world. Just recently I was sent a complimentary copy of the The Alchemist (Graphic Version), by a bookseller. This book was finished in three days, well excuse me I am not in… Continue reading “The Alchemist” (Graphic Version) by Paulo Coelho

Book Reviews

Khushwantnama: Book Review, The Lessons of My Life by Khushwant Singh

I was introduced to Khaushwant Singh by my dear friend Hamid Gondal whom I lovingly call as “the Solicitor”, and for this I am deeply indebted to him. Since that one book (Truth, love and a little malice) I have bought and read about ten of his books, with Delhi topping the list. Khushwantnama is… Continue reading Khushwantnama: Book Review, The Lessons of My Life by Khushwant Singh