Posted on December 30, 2010
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41 responses to “What Is Pakistan Reading: An Alternative Tour of the Karachi International Book Fair”

  1. KLF says:

    I am fond reading books and everytime i go on book fairs in Karachi. I also went on 6th Karachi International Book Fair and purchased following books at cheap rates.

    1. Prom Nights From Hell by Meg Cabot & others – Rs. 150 (Liberty Books)
    2. Pearl Harbor by Randall Wallace – Rs. 150 (Liberty Books)
    3. Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell – Rs. 675 (Liberty Books)
    4. Hell-Fire – Rs. 175 (Da’wah Books)
    5. Dracula by Bram Stoker – Rs. 180 (Paramount)
    6. Jinx by Meg Cabot – Rs. 95 (Book Mart)

    Now, I am waiting for Karachi Literature Festival which will be held on 1st March to 3rd March of 2019.