Soonha Abro

Before I go

Before I go

A YA debut novel that has an interesting premise, but is left lagging due to various reasons

Published 06 Nov, 2016 06:47am
We are all the same

We are all the same

Anne Tyler’s latest novel A Spool of Blue Thread is an engrossing read

Updated 07 Mar, 2016 01:08am

Call for enforcement of building laws

KARACHI: While earthquakes have low predictability, there is an urgent need that the government, media and civil...

Published 02 Feb, 2014 08:05am

Bookmarks

How to get filthy rich in rising Asia by Mohsin Hamid

With a self-help format, a second-person narrative and a...

Updated 31 Dec, 2013 10:28pm
Directed by the state

Directed by the state

In Pakistan, cinema has been used to effectively control thinking, creative processes and suppress dissent.

Updated 02 Aug, 2013 12:33pm
Weekly Classics: V for Vendetta

Weekly Classics: V for Vendetta

Weaving only has his voice to assume the persona of V, both the man, as well as the idea, and he does it perfectly.

Published 26 Jul, 2013 05:34pm
Pittho’s World: A book review

Pittho’s World: A book review

The book’s main strength is its numerous characters, all of which act as a catalyst for the narrative to move forward.

Updated 06 Jul, 2013 03:07pm
In Search of Fatima: A book review

In Search of Fatima: A book review

The memoir's depth of human experience makes it an immensely moving and an unforgettable reading experience.

Published 08 Jun, 2013 01:43pm
Weekly Classics: Delhi 6

Weekly Classics: Delhi 6

The issues it considers are intrinsically Indian; the norms and values it questions are inherently desi.

Published 31 May, 2013 12:29pm