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Duty Free By Moni Mohsin

Two stars because on a scale of dreadfulness it was only somewhat boring, pretentious rubbish where because it was set in Pakistan the foreignness of it was probably meant to add to it from a cultural perspective. It did, but not in a good way, too many stereotypical people and situations.

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THE RETURN OF THE BUTTERFLY By Moni Mohsin

This book is so funny, so funny keh poochhon hi mat! Butter Fly is from a khaata-peeta khandani types family in Lahore, and she is writing in her dairy. Hau, but why she writes only ones a month, haan? Maybe it is because her English is so bad, so bad keh she writes slow slow. Between you and me and the four walls, two lines in the shuruwaat of every month in her dairy I like - first one telling about the halaats in her country and seconds about the halaats in her life.

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The End Of Innocence By Moni Mohsin

The End of Innocence follows the stories of 9 year old Leila and 14 year old Rani, two very different girls in very different circumstances. Leila is the the daughter of the local landowners - rich, privileged, yet completely unaware of her own position. Rani is the granddaughter of one of the family's servants and already knows that life doesn't have much in store for her

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The Diary Of A Social Butterfly By Moni Mohsin

The Diary of A Social Butterfly" is the first book I've read from the author, Moni Mohsin. The extracts of this book come from the author's famous column on The Friday Times that gained immense popularity among the readers and made Moni turn into a book. The protagonist of the book "Butterfly" is a silly, insensible and inane socialite based in Lahore who not only loves to eat her husband's head but also gleefully raves and rants about different geo-political situations of her country.

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Tender Hooks By Moni Mohsin

Tender hook is probibly the best book in this book author tells a deepest stores. It's mostly bad news about Pakistan, the wars and terrorism, restriction and extreme poverty, that people hear about in the west, unless they go looking for more, or have connections via family or close friends. Tender Hooks shows another side to the country rarely heard of in our mainstream media, one that still coexists closely with the news headlines, and the book is not afraid to use humour. (Recent debates about stereotyping in African literature appear to argue that it's something like this which could balance the picture

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Duty Free A Novel By Moni Mohsin

"Duty Free" (originally released as "Tender Hooks") is a follow-up to Moni Mohsin's "The Diary of a Social Butterfly". Honestly, I had not read "The Diary of a Social Butterfly" & I picked up its sequel on a whim!! And after reading the first page, I was bewildered, because the author had written it in a style, that was full of malaprops. Now if you look up for the meaning of "malaprop" in a dictionary,

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