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The Night Of The Mi’raj – Zoe Ferraris

The Night Of The Mi’raj Zoe Ferraris Let’s first admire this beautiful cover of the book which attracted me to pick it off the shelf in the first place. Secondly, I was under the impression that this would be about the Miracle of Mi’raj, but it’s not. It’s a fiction novel regarding a murder mystery. The title is derived from …

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مُنہ وَل کعبے شریف – مستنصر حسین تارڑ – اردو تبصرہ

مُنہ وَل کعبے شریف مستنصر حسین تارڑ مستنصر حسین سے رشتہ بہت پرانا ہے۔ جب ہم چھوٹے تھے تو یہ پی ٹی وی پر صبح کا پروگرام کرتے تھے۔ تب وہ خود کو سب بچوں کے چاچا کہلواتے تھے۔ ہم اسکول جانے سے پہلے پروگرام کا کچھ حصہ ہی دیکھ پاتے تھے۔ تاہم ان کا انداز بہت اپنائیت بھرا ہوتا …

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Obama’s Wars – Bob Woodward – Book Review

Obama’s Wars Bob Woodward The core of this book was supplied by more than 100 people involved in the Afghanistan war and national security during the first 18 months of President Barack Obama administration. Efforts were made to preserve the language of main characters and sources as much as possible using their own words as recorded during interviews. The President …

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The Art Of War | Sun-Tzu | John Minford | Book Review

The Art Of WarSun-TzuJohn Minford People know little of Sun-Tzu (Sunzi) or Master Sun. He came from the North-Eastern state of Qi (present day Shandong province). He may have been an adviser to the king of the southern state of Wu (present day Zhejiang) toward the end of the 6th century BC. But he barely mentioned in contemporary records. It …

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All The Light We Cannot See | Anthony Doerr | Book Review

All The Light We Cannot SeeAnthony DoerrReviewed by Sidra Javed There are books that you read and like. Some you just read and forget. But some stay with you for a long period of time. All The Light We Cannot See is one of those books. A magnificently woven characters shining brightly in the dark and doomed sky, looking down …

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