Posted on November 15, 2009
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Books, Pakistanis Abroad, People
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15 responses to “Books: H.M. Naqvi’s Home Boy

  1. Knowledge Education says:

    Naqvi wrote a novel that was boring as hell. His book launches were monotone, and I was so not impressed. Plus he can try and shed some of his unnecessary attitude away

  2. Tihmur says:

    Home Boy is the best book that’s come out of South Asia in the last ten years. It doesn’t rely on the whole South Asian fiction thing. It’s fresh, new, it’s absolutely brilliant.

  3. Abbas Raza says:

    Bought it. Read it. Recommend it.

  4. KARACHIWALLA says:

    To A’ATP fan’, so you did not like the book and therefore everyone else must also not…. WOW. speaking of ‘arrogance’, that takes the cake!

  5. ATP fan says:

    While it is commendable that Mr. Najam is patronizing HM Naqvi’s book, he should have done his ATP readers better justice in this review and promo. Naqvi wrote a novel that was boring as hell. His book launches were monotone, and I was so not impressed. Plus he can try and shed some of his unnecessary attitude away (some may call it arrogance). I am all for promoting and encouraging talent from Pakistan, but will need to speak up when we unduly promote mediocrity. Lets hold off on the Boston promos for now… please.