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BINA SHAH Books

The 786 Cybercafe By Bina Shah

Bina Shah's book was a nostalgic read for us. As a (Singaporean) Karachite the novel's setting in late 1990s Karachi was a reminder of my own time in Pakistan's commercial capital. The author Bina Shah descriptions of city streets, shops and even its beaches all evoked special memories for us.

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Slum Child By Bina Shah

A beautifully and emotionally woven journey of a little girl who resides in the very harsh world of reality which we've only viewed at a far distance as 'jugees' . Saying one has read about Laila's ever-so struggling life would be an understatement for such a creative masterpiece; 'cause one can literally smell the 'naala' while walking in the unfortunate alleys of Issa Colony , sense the horrors of drugee predators , feel the discomfort of minority faith ridden communities squashed to fearful instincts and literally put shoes in the lives of those who are on the verge of killing their exhausted souls and bodies just to keep themselves Alive.

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Blessings And Other Short Stories By Bina Shah

Khadija and his wife both always jokes with Bashir that he is now in the prime of his life. But he feels that the weight of years stripping away from the frivolous parts of his personality to adding extra responsibilities and a new way of looking at the world that he could'nt have anticipated or even fathomed in his twenties or his thirties. Along with the decades have come a new realization that the spiritual world is calling to him, urging him to give God a place in his life much as he had given a place to his wife, his favorite music and the newspapers he enjoyed on his tea breaks in the hospital.

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A Season For Martyrs By Bina Shah

In this book the author Bina Shah talk about Martyrs. In this book Ali Sikandar is assigned to cover the arrival of Benazir Bhutto and the opposition leader who has returned home to Karachi after 8 years of exile to take part in the presidential race. he already eager to leave for college in U.S. and marry to his forbidden Hindu girlfriend, Ali loses a friend in a horrific explosion and finds himself swept up in events larger than his individual struggle for identity and love when he joins the Peopleโ€™s Resistance Movement, a group that opposes President Musharraf.

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