To read or not to read: Not if you are looking for a great thriller, but worth a read for insights into Pakistani society and politics.
To read or not to read: If you are not set against reading short stories, there is no reason why you shouldn’t.
To read or not to read: Going by the fame, fantasy readers will not want to miss it. Others may not want to start reading fantasy here. Or they may want to. Because apparently a lot of latter fantasy writing took inspiration from Le Guin.
To read or not to read: I don’t give a strong yay or nay to this one. Read it if you are an avid suspense reader. Else you won’t miss much.
To read or not to read: Yes. An interesting subject and good writing. But we got hold of a second-hand copy. It might be difficult to come by as the only edition I see on Amazon.in is a ridiculously priced imported edition.
To read or not to read: We got hold of it in a second-hand bookshop. Can’t find it on Amazon.in; so it might be a bit difficult to get hold of. You don’t need to go out of the way to find it, but if you do get it, it makes a decent one-time read.
To read or not to read: Yes, even if only for its subject – life under Khmer Rouge in Cambodia.
To read or not to read: I don’t know. I can’t judge or review this book. Listen to someone more qualified.
To read or not to read: Yes, if you like a feel-good love story.
To read or not to read: Not for the beginners. If you know something about the tumultuous modern History of Cambodia and are in a mood to go deeper, then you can pick up this book.