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  • Homeland Elegies

    Great book and I learned a lot reading it. In these times of dissatisfaction with everything and our endless search for the elusive , this “novel” asks some serious questions and proposes some of the myriad reasons life is what is is. American Society “as a buffer” (not a melting pot) is a good image, with everyone from different family backgrounds, different color ,race,religion,political leanings socioeconomic status...the list goes on No answers but great thoughts! Nice to read some background into this. Akhtar does not presume to have the answers but certainly enriches our comprehension of some of the issues we face in this frenetic world we are in

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  • Tales of a modern day second culture experience

    This book is an eloquent journey of an emerging writer who is born and raised in a culture different from his parents and struggles to reconcile both cultures into his own identity to finally find an answer to the question: where is my homeland? The journey takes us through intense moments of love and hate, embraces and resistance from both cultures in our modern day world, with sharp observations on how these contrasts are driving today's cancel culture where no-one knows what is real anymore. A gem of a book for anyone interested in cross cultural experiences. It could also be a wonderful play!

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