Margaret Atwood’s sequel to her iconic The Handmaid’s Tale may not live up to its prequel, but is remarkable for its
A murder mystery and exploration of adolescence, fraught with uncertainty about one’s identity and sexuality, against
Arshad had been out window shopping with his parents.
Driving the plot are dead relatives, strange wills and ominous birds
Intricately plotted and with engaging and intriguing characters, this novel is a clever and entertaining read
An imaginative debut that veers away from the tried and tested formula of Pakistani English-language fiction