The prestigious author made her debut as a writer in 2019 with her first book ‘The Invisible Orphans’, followed by four additional children's books that pay homage to the author’s Emirati heritage & culture.
Hanif, whose acclaimed "A Case of Exploding Mangoes" is a parody about the former dictator, killed in a plane crash in 1988, blamed the Pakistani spy agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence or ISI, for the raid.
Nigerian novelist and poet Lola Shoneyin was at #BookTalks at Al Rawi Café in Sharjah discussing her multiple award-winning debut novel, The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives, which explores the structure and effects of polygamy in Nigeria.
The book is a moving account of a 12-year-old boy named Edward, the sole survivor of an airplane crash, and is riddled with stories of the other passengers on the ill-fated plane.
Chapter 39 of the book 'The Eyes of Darkness' talked about the lab located in Wuhan, and the virus with the name, wuhan-400.
Proper communication is a way to change the world—make it a better place—believes a 13-year-old who sees herself as a change-maker.
Much admired and widely-read author Ruskin Bond, 85, believes that it's from a love of reading that a writer comes to a love of writing, and penning a book does not always translate to the author becoming immortal.
Love and war shape everything in Isabel Allende’s sweeping, splendid new novel, “A Long Petal of the Sea.” This is her best book in years.
The decision was made to help children and perhaps adults cope with confinement measures.