Moth Smoke

Hamid, Mohsin

| 1900

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Discover this surprising gem - the sharp, funny and irresistible debut novel from the bestselling author of Exit West and The Reluctant Fundamentalist 'Subtly audacious . . . A steamy and often darkly amusing book about sex, drugs, and class warfare in postcolonial Asia' Village Voice 'You know you're in trouble when you can't meet a woman's eye, particularly if the woman happens to be your best friend's wife...' In Lahore, Daru Shezad is a junior banker with a hashish habit. When his old friend Ozi moves back to Pakistan, Daru wants to be happy for him. Ozi has everything: a beautiful wife and child, an expensive foreign education - and a corrupt father who bankrolls his lavish lifestyle. As jealousy sets in, Daru's life slowly unravels. He loses his job. Starts lacing his joints with heroin. Becomes involved with a criminally-minded rickshaw driver. And...

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En annorlunda upplevelse. Bde kulturellt och sprkligt. Fantastiskt sprk. verraskade slut.

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