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    One of the best written novels ever👍This has easily become one of my fav reads of the yearI will not forget the charac

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    Jasmine Days by Benyamin is a translated work of fiction It was originally written in Malayalam The story is set in an unnamed city in the Middle East and covers the riots that take place under the garb of politics nationalism religious conflicts and the Arab Spring revolution and the physical and mental trauma

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    45 starsJasmine days is a beautiful hard hitting book which hits you at the right places It's a very relevant book in today's times Read on to know my thoughts about it🌼Jasmine days is set in the background of the Arab Sp

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    Jasmine Days tells the story of Sameera as she gets accustomed to living in a Middle Eastern city with her father and relatives This shift away from home and her new job as an RJ brings her closer to assimilating

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    Revolution How does a revolution come about? Who decides its time to upend the status uo? Does one ever feel ready for a revolution for a change that would transform lives permanently? Is it easier to write about a revolution when you are situa

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    45 Gathering my thoughts for now but a brilliant read for sure

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    As a Malayali who has always claimed of detesting her malluness I found myself cringing and even getting stung by the Frank depiction of Mallu apoliticalness and the eagerness of mallus to otherise people and isolating them by speaking in Malayalam in the presence of a non malayali I gave the novel three stars f

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    A bit less than four starsAfter my chance stumble on Benjamin's book Goat Days I was dying to read another book by him Reading jasmine days seemed like it was written by someone else possibly because it was a different translatorThere are good bits and bollywood bits I was thankful for a very convincing and probably true scenes of an Arab spring revolution that turned into a secaterian feud The maintenance of the regime and the revenge of

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    There is so much to learn from this book

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    Why should you read this Fluid conversational style narrative that doesn't make itself complicated at any point Diverse characters multiple views A chance to form your own opinion after considering all sides A plot that gets intense with every chapter makes you anticipate the worse and delivers exactly thatDetailed review soon

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Drop of Jasmine revolution that took place in Arabia Both novels depict the same issue narrated by two different people from the. Revolution How does a revolution come about Who decides its time to upend the status uo Does one ever feel ready for a revolution for a change that would transform lives permanently Is it easier to write about a revolution when you are situated at a comfortable distance from its epicentre or to read about it years later tucked away in the cocoon of vantage pointThe inaugural winner of the JCB literary prize Jasmine Days written by Benyamin and translated by Shahnaz Habib tackles some of these uestions as it sets out to explore the life of a radio jockey caught in the midst of the Arab Spring Sameera Parveen the RJ in uestion is a Pakistani immigrant living in an unnamed country in the Middle East She lives with her baba father in Taya House the temple of rehabilitation for all the people related to her father s eldest brother Sameera s baba comes to live with his brother and when he saves enough money he calls his daughter too to support his earningsSameera s work brings her in contact with many other immigrants who are merely foreigners at the mercy of His Majesty the ruler of the unnamed country As is the case with dictatorships elsewhere here too the ruler commands obedience through the creation of fear People have no choice but to submit to his will to ensure a safe livelihood for themselvesAll is seemingly fine until one sect of Islam decides to rise in rebellion to avenge the oppression that deems them second class citizens in a land that is also rightfully theirs Ali Sameera s colleague from her workplace is an active participant in this fight against injustice Sameera thinks she understands his plight his anger until she finds herself embroiled in the conflict in unimaginable waysBenyamin dissects the politics of freedom and revolution and how even the best of intentions uickly rot away to give rise to personal greed and a generic hatred towards the slightest of differences He doesn t mince his words as he rips into the rhetoric that justifies protests which have misdirected opponents and battles that choose individuals as their targets instead of the corrupt systems at the heart of oppression His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch people from the. Revolution How does a revolution come about Who decides its time to upend the status uo Does one ever feel ready for a revolution for a change that would transform lives The Doctors Dating Bargain permanently Is it easier to write about a revolution when you are situated at a comfortable distance from its epicentre or to read about it years later tucked away in the cocoon of vantage The Collection pointThe inaugural winner of the JCB literary Whispers of Feathers prize Jasmine Days written by Benyamin and translated by Shahnaz Habib tackles some of these uestions as it sets out to explore the life of a radio jockey caught in the midst of the Arab Spring Sameera Parveen the RJ in uestion is a Pakistani immigrant living in an unnamed country in the Middle East She lives with her baba father in Taya House the temple of rehabilitation for all the Entrepreneurial Vernacular participant in this fight against injustice Sameera thinks she understands his Advanced C Programming by Example plight his anger until she finds herself embroiled in the conflict in unimaginable waysBenyamin dissects the Poslije svega (After, politics of freedom and revolution and how even the best of intentions uickly rot away to give rise to Die Herrenschneiderei personal greed and a generic hatred towards the slightest of differences He doesn t mince his words as he rips into the rhetoric that justifies

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Same place but with different perspectives This twin wonder is interconnected and at the same time independent with Beniyamin tou. There is so much to learn from this book loved the prose style metaphore the way to express emotions the unsaid words between the protagonist and her father though i am not interested into politics but author did justice by writing those heart wrenching scenes with such brilliance makes Jasmine Days a must read book Twisted place but with different The Exploration of the Male Anatomy perspectives This twin wonder is interconnected and at the same time independent with Beniyamin tou. There is so much to learn from this book loved the All Night Long (Nannies, protagonist and her father though i am not interested into

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A twin novel surprise from Benyamin 'Al Arabian Novel Factory' and 'Mullappoo Niramulla Pakalukal' are two novels set in the back. Jasmine Days by Benyamin is a translated work of fiction It was originally written in Malayalam The story is set in an unnamed city in the Middle East and covers the riots that take place under the garb of politics nationalism religious conflicts and the Arab Spring revolution and the physical and mental trauma that ensuesThe narrator is a minority Muslim immigrant woman from Pakistan The plot covers her initial struggles in a country new to her both in her personal life friends and extended family as well as the professional life as a radio jockeyThis book came under my radar after it won the inaugural JCB Prize for Literature in 2018 However I didn t really enjoy the book as a whole I cannot really point to a specific area in the book but it fell flat somewhere in between Nevertheless I read it completely Also few of the characters felt underdeveloped to meVerdict One time read