January 22, 2021

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Review: Karachi, You’re Killing Me by Saba Imtiaz

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‘Bridget Jones’s Diary’ meets ‘The Diary of a Social Butterfly’ in this comedy of manners: Mint

“It’s Karachi. It’s where life and love come to die. It has nothing,” cries Ayesha, the narrator of Saba Imtiaz’s first novel, Karachi, You’re Killing Me!, in mock-despair. Much to her surprise—though the reader can see it coming all along—Ayesha not only survives the city but also finds love, if in an unlikely man, by the end of the book.

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