Posted on July 1, 2007
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15 responses to “Book Review: Mohsin Hamid’s ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’”

  1. Bee says:

    Hi, can you please tell me a little bit more about yourself. I am working on the reviews of The Reluctant Fundamentalist, and I need to add a few lines about the people who reviewed it.

  2. Salim says:

    Adnan Sahib;
    Mohsin’s Reluctant Fundamentalist has been included in The New York Times list of 2007 100 books to read.

  3. Akif Nizam says:

    Interesting article by Mohsin Hamid in the Washington Post:
    (remember that the audience is American). le/2007/07/20/AR2007072001806.html?nav=rss_opinion s/outlook?nav=slate

  4. observer says:

    I loved moth smoke but couldn’t really get through this one. Preferred “Rodeo Drive to Raja Bazaar” by a new author, which I recently finished.

  5. Ali Kazim says:

    Bought it from a bookshop (Paramount Books, I believe) at Karachi Airport. Its a good read. I esp. enjoyed the way story is being told. Mr. Mohsin Hamid is a good story teller. Haven’t finished it though. Recommended Reading.