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1st Review by Ms. Maria Khan
Book: A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Housseini
"Afghan born Khaled Hosseini, physician by profession which he gave up later on to become a full time writer, fiction is his area of writing with the debut of "The Kite Runner" in 2003 and "A thousand splendid suns" in 2007. Story revolves around four characters mostly namely: Mariam, Rasheed, Laila and Tariq, the one-legged. A pet name of "Harami" , given to Mariam by her mother, haunted her the whole life. After the death of the Mariam's mother, his father's infidelity opens her eyes but then all of a sudden her life took a turn of 360 degrees. Later in her life she encountered a co-wife. Finally she took a step that changed the life of co-wife forever and she triumphantly bowed her head down to something only a valor can dare. A must read novel, an emotional roller coaster. It grasps the reader to the core and leave you with the long lasting feeling of how our fate is most powerful than everything. A comprehensive and precise explanation of the word "WAIT", which both Mariam and Laila, the co-wife, did in their own ways, to finally meet their fate at the other side because, "Of all the hardships a person had to face, none was more punishing than than the simple act of waiting"..."
2nd Review by Ms. Maria Akhter
Book: Jannat Ky Pattay by Nimra Ahmed
When I was around 17 years old, I started wearing Abaya. But never respected that piece of cloth. And I was that type of girl who always wanted sympathy from others. Then, around age of 21 I read this amazing book 'Jannat k pattay' by Nimra Ahmed, which was my first Urdu read. This was an eye opening book for me. I learned 2 major lessons of my life:

1- To Respect the Hijab and Hijabis
2- To stop sympathizing myself in front of others and making advertisements of my problems.

I read this book in the month of Ramadan and I instantly fell in love with this. I started respecting my Abaya! And became the strongest girl who can face any problem without making its ads and asking for sympathies of others. I would really suggest each and every girl who reads my review, please read Jannat k Pattay for once. It's not a boring piece of lectures. It's a lovely story with every aspect of our lives. You will learn many lessons.
3rd Review by Mr. Muhammad Shahmeer
Book: The BFG by Roald Dahl
Sophie couldn't sleep. A brilliant moon was shining right on to her pillow. The other children in the dormitory had been slept. The window was wide open. Suddenly someone whispered the witching hour. She reached to the curtains to see but she was scared that she went back to her bed and hid. Something grabbed her.

She went unconscious and when she gain them she was sitting in a long and narrow room and there was giant standing she got scared but after the giant gain her trust as telling that he donnot eat meat but he is an vegetarian but out there are some giant which are more taller and dangerous then him and eat meat. The dangerous giants names are; The Fleshlumpeater, The Bonecruncher, The Manhugger, The Bloodbottler, The Maidmasher, The Meat dripper and The Butcher boy. When these other meat eating giants got to know about Sophie and her world (London) where are there more humans to eat they all made a plan to capture the human city. BFG and Sophie when got to know about it so they went back to London to warn the queen. Sophie went to the queen and told everything so the queen send an army to protect the city the army cleverly tied giants legs and hands with ropes and the helicopters took them high up in sky and threw them in different pits and there they died and finally London was saved.
4th Review by Ms. Maryam Shakeel
Book: Talash by Mumtaz Mufti


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