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    [The Runaways] EBOOK/EPUB Fatima Bhutto ß 9 FREE DOWNLOAD Fatima Bhutto's main claim to fame is that she belongs to the famous Bhutto political dynastyof Pakistan She is the niece of Benazir Bhutto The Bhutto name has helped launch her writing career but belonging to this dynasty has also meant that she has endured plenty of suffering in her personal lifeincluding the murder of her fatherMurtaza BhuttoShe began her writing career through her memoir about her fatherSongs of Blo

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ß Fatima Bhutto Fatima Bhutto ß 9 FREE DOWNLOAD REVIEW The Runaways Fatima Bhutto it’s a famous name and also a name marked with sanguine sagas in South Asian history “In a way violence is always described in stark black and white terms these days and I wanted to think about it in a di

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    [The Runaways] EBOOK/EPUB Fatima Bhutto ß 9 FREE DOWNLOAD This is a well written and compelling novel with fantastic characterisation It's very hard hitting and therefore u

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    [The Runaways] EBOOK/EPUB REVIEW The Runaways Fatima Bhutto's latest novel  The Runaways comes with the tagline 'How far would you run to escape your life?'  The uestio

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    [The Runaways] EBOOK/EPUB When a writer doesn't sit among common people what is shehe to write about the uncommon observations? Because of

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    [The Runaways] EBOOK/EPUB I was lucky enough to finish this book in time for the book tour today It was unplanned but I do feel uite pleased with myself as I

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    REVIEW The Runaways Fatima Bhutto ß 9 FREE DOWNLOAD READ & DOWNLOAD Ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ß Fatima Bhutto As to be expected with such subject matter the reading here isn’t often easy but handled with great skill by the author making it a very powerful and informative read By giving her characters economic social and political difficulties Bhutto reinforces the point that radicalism has little to do with religion 16 year old AnitaRose aspires t

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    [The Runaways] EBOOK/EPUB Despite it having a promising start this was such a disappointing read I don't know why I inflict so much pain upon myself It was agonising

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    [The Runaways] EBOOK/EPUB READ & DOWNLOAD Ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ß Fatima Bhutto Fatima Bhutto ß 9 FREE DOWNLOAD What kind of person wants to be a jihadi? Who joins the Islamic State? Does membership of such an organisation signal villainy of the most anar

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    [The Runaways] EBOOK/EPUB It was a promising book interesting premise but unfortunately it was just disappointing While reading this I kept thinking about another Pakistani writer's recently published book Home Fire by Kamila Shamsi which

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REVIEW The Runaways

FREE DOWNLOAD The Runaways 109 READ & DOWNLOAD Ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ß Fatima Bhutto REVIEW The Runaways How far would you run to escape your lifeAnita lives in Karachi's biggest slum Her mother is a maalish wali paid to massage the tired bones of rich women But Anita's life will change forever when she meets her elderly neighbour a man whose shelves of books promise an escape to a different worldOn the other side of K. Fatima Bhutto s main claim to fame is that she belongs to the famous Bhutto political dynastyof Pakistan She is the niece of Benazir Bhutto The Bhutto name has helped launch her writing career but belonging to this dynasty has also meant that she has endured plenty of suffering in her personal lifeincluding the murder of her fatherMurtaza BhuttoShe began her writing career through her memoir about her fatherSongs of Blood and SwordThough one sidedit is still much better than her fiction bookswhich I have struggled to readAt over 400 pagesthis book is longit s way too long On top of thatthe writing is very mediocre It did remind me of Kamila Shamsiefreuently using Urdu wordslong windedflowery sentences describing life in Karachivery slow pacingand even the theme is similar to Kamila Shamsie s Home FireThe book follows the journey of three young peopleas they become radicalized Two are from Karachiand one is from London I skimmedI tried to stick withbut I couldn t This book would just take too longI have already read Home Fire and it s much better And I m simply not enamoured of Fatima Bhutto s writing styleor her worldview

READ & DOWNLOAD Ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ß Fatima BhuttoThe Runaways

FREE DOWNLOAD The Runaways 109 READ & DOWNLOAD Ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ß Fatima Bhutto REVIEW The Runaways Arachi lives Monty whose father owns half the city and expects great things of him But when a beautiful and rebellious girl joins his school Monty will find his life going in a very different directionSunny's father left India and went to England to give his son the opportunities he never had Yet Sunny doesn't fit i. I was lucky enough to finish this book in time for the book tour today It was unplanned but I do feel uite pleased with myself as I hardly ever review for a tour If you want to know further details about the plot check out keeperofpages as she did a great synopsis yesterday In essence this is about three people who go to fight in the war in Syria Verdict I bloody LOVED it As a British Muslim I felt nervous about reading a book not only by a Muslim author but also with content that I know has such divided opinion However Bhutto provides so much perspective on the topic of radicalisation I really don t like the word but it s the one most commonly used in this field and we all know what it means We are presented with individuals who differ from each other and lead very different lives They have their own perspectives and personal challenges to deal with Their reasons for going to war are very much individual There is a strong sense of loss of not knowing who they are and where they belong The book takes you to Pakistan the UK and Ira Given the current political climate never has a book been so important To open our eyes and let us see things from the other side of the fence We as a society are so uick to judge and make comments about those who believe they are going to fight for a worthy cause little do we know about their background or circumstances Bhutto does a marvellous job in this book of attempting to make the reader understand how claustrophobic young people can feel and expand our knowledge on this relevant and important area The plot did lull a bit for me when both boys are in the desert but I can t take away the impact it had She has a new fan in me and I cannot wait to read of her work Rating 5

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FREE DOWNLOAD The Runaways 109 READ & DOWNLOAD Ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ß Fatima Bhutto REVIEW The Runaways N anywhere It's only when his charismatic cousin comes back into his life that he realises his life could hold possibilities than he ever imaginedThese three lives will cross in the desert a place where life and death walk hand in hand and where their closely guarded secrets will force them to make a terrible choice. What kind of person wants to be a jihadi Who joins the Islamic State Does membership of such an organisation signal villainy of the most anarchic kind or is it possible that something far banal is at work Male 26 single uite well educated but not an expert on the uran this is the profile of an average fighter joining ISIS The Independent 22 April 2016When entry documents were leaked from ISIS as described in the above article by Lizzie Dearden they revealed that Western recruits were much likely to be young to have a fairly high level of education and interestingly enough to have only a very basic knowledge of the uran and Sharia law The Runaways is a story about three Muslim teenagers who become jihadis and I cannot help but think that Fatima Bhutto has done a brave thing in tackling this timely but difficult subject She has aimed for the subtle context and understanding as opposed to outright condoning or condemning their actions and it s a fine line to walk She dares to humanise her characters and she also dares to suggest that each of them became jihadi warriors by a series of accidents Sunny Monty and Layla come from different cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds but what they all have in common is a sense of isolation None of them is particularly religious but they are all culturally Muslim and they are all looking for meaning in their lives Like most teenagers they are insecure in who they are but they want to be something or at least belong to something important The novel jumps from Sunny in Portsmouth England to Monty and Layla in Karachi Pakistan Eventually the stories of all three characters will be woven together like a braid and their commitment to varying ideals and their responses to violence will come to a head in NinevahMosul The novel is fast paced and increasingly tense as the story develops and moves location to Syria and Ira In some ways Sunny is both the least and the most sympathetic character His character is the most richly developed and I think that Bhutto draws a far clearer line between Sunny s internal conflicts and his attraction to IS I wouldn t suggest that this novel will be an enduring work of art but it does tackle a topical and difficult subject matter and I felt that Bhutto writes with both understanding and authority Thanks so much to Viking Books and Penguin UK for the gift of this book

  • Hardcover
  • 432
  • The Runaways
  • Fatima Bhutto
  • English
  • 28 August 2018
  • 9780241346990