The Reluctant Fundamentalist – Mohsin Hamid

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Over one night, a Pakistani man tells an American stranger about his love affair with a woman and his forced abandonment of America post 911.

“This is an honest portrayal of a Muslim man living in New York when the towers come down. It offers new insights into the tragedy and offers   reactions and consequences that none of us may have considered before. It is therefore an eye-opening and thought-provoking story, written in a personable way, as if the writer is speaking directly to you as the reader. Great characters, great plot, great read.” – Rachel

“And from me …..” – Suzy

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Published 2007
Harvest Books

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