The Political Journey of Imran Khan to The Kingdom of Copper: 5 books that are just out

Book: Lost at 15, found at 50

Author: Ashwini Devare

Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International

The Political Journey of Imran Khan to The Kingdom of Copper: 5 books that are just out

From Russia’s Iron Curtain to Burma’s Bamboo Curtain, Sikkim to South Korea, this biography follows the struggle of a young girl whose life was a cross-continental roller coaster ride that soared and plunged from one country to another.

Book: The Kingdom of Copper

Author: S A Chakraborty

Publisher: Harper Voyager

The Political Journey of Imran Khan to The Kingdom of Copper: 5 books that are just out

S A Chakraborty continues the sweeping adventure begun in the city of brass, conjuring a world where djinn summon flames with the snap of a finger and waters run deep with old magic; where blood can be dangerous as any spell, and a clever con artist from Cairo will alter the fate of a kingdom.

Book: The Political Journey of Imran Khan

Author: B J Sadiq

Publisher: Speaking Tiger

The Political Journey of Imran Khan to The Kingdom of Copper: 5 books that are just out

This revised and updated edition of the best-selling book on the political journey of a hugely popular, colourful and sometimes controversial public figure of Pakistan brings his story up to the present day when he has beaten all odds to become the Prime Minister of the country.

Book: A Gujarat Here, A Gujarat There

Author: Krishna Sobti

Publisher: Penguin

The Political Journey of Imran Khan to The Kingdom of Copper: 5 books that are just out

Part novel, part memoir, part feminist anthem, A Gujarat Here, A Gujarat There is not only a powerful tale of Partition loss and dislocation but also charts the odyssey of a spirited young woman determined to build a new identity for herself on her own terms.

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