Rabeea Saleem

HEALTH: REACHING THE DISTRESSED

HEALTH: REACHING THE DISTRESSED

To commemorate World Mental Health Day, Eos looks at community outreach programmes, such as those initiated in Karachi... Published 11 Oct, 2020 07:01am
FICTION: THE HOUSE THAT AMERICA BUILT

FICTION: THE HOUSE THAT AMERICA BUILT

A story of two families divided by race but united by tragedy, that takes an unflinching look at the repercussions of racism... Published 23 Aug, 2020 07:15am
FICTION: A LIFE LIVED IN RETROSPECT

FICTION: A LIFE LIVED IN RETROSPECT

Deborah Levy’s eighth and most complex novel, longlisted for the Booker Prize, provides a timely lesson in history and Published 27 Oct, 2019 07:04am
FICTION: PARTITION AND PROPHECY

FICTION: PARTITION AND PROPHECY

An earnest debut that juxtaposes a family saga with the zeitgeist of pre- and post-Partition turmoil is richly detailed Published 01 Sep, 2019 07:27am
FICTION: WOMEN ON THE VERGE

FICTION: WOMEN ON THE VERGE

A translation of a French novel tells the tale of three characters separated by geography and social circumstances, Published 07 Jul, 2019 07:24am
FICTION: THE DOG THAT HATED ME

FICTION: THE DOG THAT HATED ME

A coming-of-age story about a boy looking for a dog that bit his finger off in his ancestral Afghan village marks an Published 07 Apr, 2019 07:15am
FICTION: SINISTER SISTERS

FICTION: SINISTER SISTERS

A morbidly funny modern noir combines family saga, quirky crime thriller and dark comedy, but is also a sharply incisive Published 24 Feb, 2019 09:23am
FICTION: A CITY DIVIDED

FICTION: A CITY DIVIDED

Racial tensions and citywide riots make a tinderbox of a London council estate in this searing debut novel Published 22 Jul, 2018 07:59am
FICTION: A TOUCH OF MADNESS

FICTION: A TOUCH OF MADNESS

A novel that deftly combines the daunting reality of day-to-day life in a war-torn city with a hint of self-deprecating Published 15 Jun, 2018 07:05am
FICTION: SCANDINAVIAN DYSTOPIA

FICTION: SCANDINAVIAN DYSTOPIA

An inventive near-future locked-room mystery that falls slightly short of its fascinating potential Published 28 Jan, 2018 07:32am
FICTION: ANTS AND AVARICE

FICTION: ANTS AND AVARICE

A compact, multi-layered portrait of family conflict and the insecurities of bourgeois life Updated 01 Aug, 2017 12:20pm