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  • Hardcover
  • 207
  • Leila A Novel
  • Prayaag Akbar
  • English
  • 20 March 2020
  • 9788193355206

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Free read ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Prayaag Akbar Prayaag Akbar î 7 Characters Free read Leila A Novel Ust search for Leila the daughter she lost one tragic summer sixteen years ago Skirting surveillance systems and thuggish Repeaters Shalini once wealthy with perhaps a wayward past; now a misfit pushed to the margins is propelled only by her search What follows. It is actually a 35 star book but I have to give it 4 stars because of how it made me feel shudder in the knowledge that the dystopian world of this book could actually be a realityI also appreciated the details in the plot which make it an Indian story I thought the plot had a great premise but weakened a bit midway making for a weak ending The literature and narration were good a refreshing feeling after the recent bad crop of Indian authors in EnglishThe effort to close the story this complex with very few open endings all in the spread of one book is commendable tooRead this book if you ve felt a growing uncertainty if the world in Atwood s Handmaiden s Tale would be a reality Leila s world is close and could be in our neighborhood

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Free read ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Prayaag Akbar Prayaag Akbar î 7 Characters Free read Leila A Novel In a digitized city sometime in the near future as an obsession with purity escalates walls come up dividing and confining communities Behind the walls high civic order prevails In the forgotten spaces between where garbage gathers and disease festers Shalini m. A very moving dystopian novel that angered depressed and stressed me out considering how plausible it is in current India that is blatantly reminding its folks on class caste religious and linguistic differences Leila is the story of Shalini a misfit in a society that is obsessed with rules to keep the virtues of a community intact We are taken back and forth through the stark contrasts in Shalini s life as a liberal wherein she married a Muslim man and raised a free spirited daughter and that as an inmate in the Purity Camp where her hope to be reunited with her daughter was what kept her going Leila is a story relevant to the times as us Indians are at a whole new height of blind faith to our fascist totalitarian government and the harm they re lashing out on certain sections of the society seem obscured to us Instead of the high walled community segregation that s mentioned in book as of now India has detention centers for those the government wants to exclude from the voters list It is a shame that a few years ago the minority in India felt the first pinch of safronisation as restriction on diet was imposed on the diverse Indian public In the novel this translates to neighbors looking through the trash of those they suspect to be consuming what s forbidden And of course as in Leila we have the prime time buffoonery on TV where a conductor of cacophony acts as the mouth piece of the government making sure that their propaganda has maximum outreach Love outside one s own community is looked down upon in contemporary India and in some cases is termed love jihad Akin to Leila s Purity Camp certain areas in India have reformation centers for those who don t fall in line with a community s norms and to save the honor of a family lovers are sometimes killed Indians go to any extent to preserve the purity and sanctity of their community and Prayag Akbar s Leila is only a reflection of this reality The language is so powerful that the parental grief gripped and shook me hard I recommend this book to every Indian who hopes that India is spared the horrors rising from our differences

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