Category: English Book Reviews

Sense Me – Annum Salman // A book review by Iqra Aziz

Annum Salman – an emerging artistic mind in the literary world  is a Pakistani poetess. She has her MA in creative writing from the University of Surrey. Moreover, she is  highly  talented spoken word poetess who has acclaimed her guts on various literary platforms, at – Write Out Loud, 1000 Monkeys, Surrey’s New Writers Festival […]

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The Ashes of Feelings- AKasious // A book review by Hamza Kazi

A collection of heartfelt words, a memento of the horrors of our society, a taste of our bitter realities. The Ashes of Feelings is not merely a book full of poems, it’s a way of life, depicting the struggle, the enthusiasm and the rise of a young creative writer and future pharmacist. Delve in to […]

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Melody of a Tear-Haroon Khalid Akhtar // A book review by Hirra Fatimah

Born in the city of gardens, Haroon Khalid Akhtar was raised in a house filled with books. His father was also a distinguished Urdu writer. Akhtar had long been associated with Dawn for writing articles and short stories. His collection of articles and short stories can be found in a book named Threadbare. After a […]

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The sun and her flowers: A review // Bakhtawar Memon

INTRODUCTION The sun and her flowers is the best book pen downed by Rupi Kaur. She is young dashing and dynamic Canadian Indian writer of young generation. We might not be familiarized with the fact that, Rupi Kaur herself published her first book of poetry named Milk and Honey in 2014, which was  The New […]

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