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The Reluctant Fundamentalist by Mohsin Hamid

Title: The Reluctant Fundamentalist
Author: Mohsin Hamid
Genre: Fiction

Rating: 4 / 5


After finishing Rules of Civility, I kind of had a hard time finding the next book that I was sufficiently drawn to. 438 more words

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The Reluctant Fundamentalist, Mohsin Hamid.

The Reluctant Fundamentalist is written in that engaging monologue style that immediately reminded me of Albert Camus’s The Fall. Like in The Fall, Changez, the main protaganist in… 1,255 more words

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No pun intended, The Association of Small Bombs begins and ends with a bang. In the case of the beginning, I mean both literally and figuratively, as the frame of the novel is a terrorist bombing in India that kills the sons of a couple, Vikas and Deepa Khurana. 922 more words

The Reluctant Fundamentalist By Mohsin Hamid

In this day and age where big novels with minimum 400 pages has become a norm, this short but fantastic book comes as a breather. The Reluctant Fundamentalist is a highly entertaining work of fiction. 328 more words


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The Reluctant Fundamentalist Book Review

The Reluctant Fundamentalist  by  Mohsin Hamid is a short novel in the form of a monologue of character Changez, recounting his life story as an immigrant in pre and post 9/11 America.   1,500 more words


The Reluctant Fundamentalist (pages 138-184)

Somehow I knew the author would end the story in this sort of fashion. Was Changez out to kill the American, or was the American his assassin from the beginning? 1,130 more words

The Reluctant Fundamentalist