Book review: Exit West* by Mohsin Hamid

Timely yet timeless, allegorical yet realistic, Mohsin Hamid's Man Booker-shortlisted Exit West is a stunning and heartbreaking novel that explores the extremes people will go to when faced with two equally life-changing experiences: war and love. Exit West is about Saeed and Nadia, who meet at an evening class on corporate identity and product branding and embark on a … Continue reading Book review: Exit West* by Mohsin Hamid

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Book review: The Things We Thought We Knew* by Mahsuda Snaith

How do you move on from the mistakes of your past when those mistakes have left you in constant pain and unable to move? Mahsuda Snaith's debut novel is the first I've come across that features a protagonist living with chronic pain syndrome (CPD). For ten years, Ravine Roy has spent the vast majority of … Continue reading Book review: The Things We Thought We Knew* by Mahsuda Snaith