Gods Own Land

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  • Paperback
  • 245 pages
  • Gods Own Land
  • Shaukat Siddiqui
  • English
  • 18 November 2019
  • 0836458141

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10 thoughts on “Gods Own Land

  1. Mason says:

    This novel is set in the slums of Pakistan, in Karachi and Lahore, not long after partition the separation of Pakistan and India after they won independence from the British Empire The language is a bit stilted, but translating it from Urdu slang into English is, I m sure, a difficult task But once I get over this, the story really grabbed me Like when you re watching a horror flick and you want to scream at the girl not to go into the shower, since that s where the killer will get her, I k This novel is set in the slums of Pakistan, in Karachi and Lahore, not long after partition the separation of Pakistan and India after they won independence from the British Empire The language is a bit stilted, but translating it from Urdu slang into English is, I m sure, a difficult task But once I get over this, the story really grabbed me Like when you re watching a horror flick and you want to scream at the girl not to go into the shower, since that s where the killer will get her, I kept wanting to shout at the characters in the book not to do the things they are doing, since it seemed they careened from mistake to mistake, and their lives are mostly tragic But they re clearly trappe...

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  3. Dhanya says:

    I have read the English translation by David J Matthews of this Urdu novel The novel is set in Pakistan few years after its formation It deals with the life of commoners and the problem faced by them poverty, unemployment, exploitation There is also the longing of the youth for a better life and their working towards it Though the novel...

  4. Sajjad Hussain says:

    This is one of the remarkable fiction work produced by the leftist school of writers in Pakistan Characters are from the slums of Lahore Punjab and as they travel to Karachi, the urban face of the country in transition, writer expresses how the power elite exploit the poor powerless classes in the society I felt the social movement of S...

  5. Ismaeel Fahd says:

    One of the best novel i read after long time.Story is so sad.Even though its a fiction story with imaginary characters it took me almost a month to get over the sadness after reading this novel.

  6. Faheem Ajaz says:

    A wonderful novel Portrays a true and harsh image of our society.