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The Reluctant Fundamentalist by Mohsin Hamid is a short-yet-thought-provoking read about the after-effects of 9/11. It is a first person narrative of a Pakistani Muslim residing in the States, and how his life gets tougher every passing day after the attack.
With a subtle and unique narration style, the book does not fail to impress. The change in the attitude of the protagonist from a moderate Muslim to a hard-core one in the wake of the terrorist attack due to transformations in his personal and professional life is subtly depicted in the story.
If you are aware about the awfully difficult language used in the books nominated for Booker, you’ll be pleased to know that it is not the case with this book, and which is a welcome move more on the Booker’s part than on that of the author’s, if you know what does it means.
Verdict: Read it for the narration style