Zarrar Said - Pureland - Instagram LIVE

Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

 

An assassin, accused of heinous acts of terror, begins his testimony by claiming responsibility for the murder of the Nobel Prize winning physicist, Salim Agha. To explain his motive, he begins by telling Salim's story and the tragic relationship he had with his beloved nation, Pureland

 

Zarrar Said was born in Lahore and spent his childhood between Dubai and the US. His debut novel, Pureland, drew immediate attention worldwide, deeming it a "gripping read" (Forbes) which was "along the lines of Midnight's Children" (The Hindu). Along with the recognition came controversy where his books were deemed too illicit for some bookstores to hold. Zarrar believes that societies suffer from the prejudices that they keep and Pureland is one such story that has been lost due to hatred. His writing embodies themes of lost homelands, class discrimination, and dogmatic politics. Zarrar currently works and lives in New York City with his seven-year-old son. 

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ISBN: 9781734401905
Availability: Backordered - Please call for an estimated timeline
Published: Global Collective Publishers - June 20th, 2020

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