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God's Own Land: A Novel of Pakistan [Hardcover]

Siddiqi
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5.0 out of 5 stars God's Own Land July 17 2006
By Jess N
Shaukat Siddiqi has certainly captured my interest with this novel. God's Own Land, in its entirety, is explicit and heartfelt. This is a beautiful novel with great narrative. Siddiqi manages to cultivate the blatant way of life into a beautiful melody with his words, leaving the reader in complete awe at the end. The many anecdotes of lives interwoven together makes the reader think...who is this god and what land is this that he owns?
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5.0 out of 5 stars The book with a great ironic title Feb. 27 2004
This novel is one of the best pieces in the world of fiction. Tough and smooth, realities of life are revealed in this book. The novel demonstrates Shaukat Siddiqi's strong command and control on characters and plot that lead the reader to the end of the journey, which takes place in God's own Land.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A sad but engaging story Jan. 28 2006
By Ayesha Riaz - Published on Amazon.com
The novel was originally written in urdu with the name 'khuda ki basti'. The story is amazing about the cruel realities of life. It shows that not all of us are blessed enough in this world. The book is short yet deep and interesting. A good read for anyone who is interested in reading pakistani authors.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The book with a great ironic title Feb. 27 2004
By Kashaf Ahmed - Published on Amazon.com
This novel is one of the best pieces in the world of fiction. Tough and smooth, realities of life are revealed in this book. The novel demonstrates Shaukat Siddiqi's strong command and control on characters and plot that lead the reader to the end of the journey, which takes place in God's own Land.
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