My Feudal Lord by Tehmina Durrani

Many in my book club started talking about My Feudal Lord and at the time I believed it was freshly released fiction they were talking about. It intrigued me so much that I wanted to read it for myself before I read any reviews of it.

A colleague one day mentioned that he has the book I requested him to lend it to me. And he did.

Before I actually write what I thought of the book, let me tell you one thing. Reading it was akin shattering of my beliefs. Mental torture for me, you can say.

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I really want to kill Adila. Like seriously. I want to use abusive words for her but I’m curbing my tongue.

Khar and Tehmina had a colourful life no doubt. I agree with the fact she suffered and left no stone unturned to save her marriage but I can’t bring myself to believe she did it for the kids. If she could leave one, she could leave these ones too. She did give them up eventually.

To Khar, I’d like to give a piece of my mind. I’m disgusted with him for the most part. But I see how he laid the charm thick. His words are his weapon that he knows how to yield. With the most effect.

Many points in the book didn’t ring true however. The way she has described him I can’t imagine the man going down on his knees and begging for anything.

After all is said and done, I’d still like to meet this man once in my life. I seriously want to know what his view is on this particular book (I have scoured the internet but no word could be found in this regard). How long can he go on lying!


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