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An Isolated Incident By Soniah Kamal An Isolated Incident Zari Zoon a vivacious girl from Kashmir is looking forward to marrying her fiance when tragedy strikes Next thing she know she is on a plane to America to stay with distant relatives who have offer

  • Title: An Isolated Incident
  • Author: Soniah Kamal
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  • An Isolated Incident By Soniah Kamal Zari Zoon, a vivacious girl from Kashmir, is looking forward to marrying her fiance when tragedy strikes Next thing she know, she is on a plane to America to stay with distant relatives who have offered to give her a temporary home to help her stitch back the tatters of her life.Billy Nabi, fiercely tender hearted, longs to help Zari but the choices he makes will jeopardi Zari Zoon, a vivacious girl from Kashmir, is looking forward to marrying her fiance when tragedy strikes Next thing she know, she is on a plane to America to stay with distant relatives who have offered to give her a temporary home to help her stitch back the tatters of her life.Billy Nabi, fiercely tender hearted, longs to help Zari but the choices he makes will jeopardise them all.An Isolated Incident is a story of haunting memories and yearnings of a home lost, of a faith continuously tested and questioned and of a love that blossoms against all odds Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback Published September 1st 2014 by Fingerprint Publishing More Details Original Title An Isolated Incident ISBN 8172345321 ISBN13 9788172345327 Edition Language English setting United States of America Kashmir Afghanistan Other Editions 1 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about An Isolated Incident, please sign up

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    An Isolated Incident by Emily Maguire An Isolated Incident is the fifth novel by Emily Maguire and is a literary work of art that turns the crime fiction genre literally on its head Written with such emotion and excellent and descriptive prose this story focuses on the devastating aftermath of a viciously murdered young woman, year old Bella Michaels, in Strathdee a small town in Australia. An Isolated Incident Soniah Kamal An Isolated Incident is a saga of haunting memories and yearnings for a lost home, of a faith continuously tested and questioned and of a love that blossoms against all odds Read Read less click to open popover An Isolated Incident Sloan, Susan Feb , . out of stars An Isolated Incident Reviewed in the United States on March , Verified Purchase well written with a nice twist at the end even though I figured it out about chapters before the end Tight prose and very good use of adjectives in describing scenes and locations Terse well thought out dialogue. Soniah Kamal An Isolated Incident A Novel An Isolated Incident is a story of haunting memories and yearnings of a home lost, of a faith continuously tested and questioned and of a love that survives against all odds.

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    1. Huzaifa on said:

      I ll be honest, the only reason I bought this novel was because it was autographed That was it I had no idea what the novel was about until I started reading it.The story started off pretty strong Zari Zoon lives in Occupied Kashmir, where her family is murdered She is traumatized and moves in with her Chachu who lives in Delhi and then with her Khala in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, in the hope that a change in environment might help her recover It doesn t and so she is sent to America where an ex I ll [...]

    2. Wasio Abbasi on said:

      First published at Digital SaeenPublished in 2014, An Isolated Incident by Soniah Kamal is an English novel with incredible depth about the lives of Kashmiris, both inside Kashmir and outside, and how their plight is forgotten in the tussle between between India and Pakistan for the region The story takes place during the 90s in Kashmir, Pakistan, Afghanistan and USA.Bliss Vs Knowledge18 year old Zari Zoon is living with family in IoK Indian Occupied Kashmir where her sister Kiran comes to vi Fi [...]

    3. Humaid Merchant on said:

      I haven t read the works of many Pakistani authors, but for me An Isolated Incident was a unique experience As someone whose family can trace its roots to Kashmir, i found myself relating to the characters in the novel, particularly with respect to the socio political problems that have plagued Kashmir in the past and continue to do so in the present.The highlight of the novel was its writing Ms Kamal definitely has a way with words and the novel manages to draw you in right from its opening I h [...]

    4. Samra Muslim on said:

      The story, with Kashmir as its backdrop, starts off really well Having seen the Bollywood flick Haider recently, I could really visualise what Zari Zoon her family were going thought and the situation in Kashmir It is when Zari reaches USA and the focus of the story shifts from her mourning or even healing to the Nabi s that the plot just became average The ending was super predictable honestly, and seemed like I was rereading another version of Hunger Games Katniss Everdeen s utop The story, wi [...]

    5. Dipika on said:

      Wonderful writing, well developed characters, and a much needed focus on some geopolitical issues that are rarely covered in fiction Kamal s writing is exquisite in places, bringing alive Kashmir as well as life in America Strongly recommended.

    6. Michael Yudanin on said:

      This is a great book, for our times and for any time Author s language is a sheer delight The exploration of tragedy is deep and meaningful, not suffering from the usual sketchiness a rare find The love story is drawn with gentle watercolors worthy of a ukiyo e The way Soniah Kamal describes how bookish philosophy meets the lightning speed and hurricane strength of life is nothing short of striking and gives a lot of food for thought Recommended to anybody who wants a deeper look into the This i [...]

    7. Pratiksha on said:

      I took this book becoz it was a tale of Kashmir ofcourse a love story Though I have never been to Kashmir due to some or other reason but I always wanted to after reading this book I m excited eager to go there An isolated incident with which the story started told us about the suffering of common kashmiri who is neither a freedom fighter nor a pro pakistani or military but still are the one worst affected where der fault is only dat dat they love Kashm I took this book becoz it was a tale of Ka [...]

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