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Twilight: Azhar Abidi · Readings.com.au

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Azhar Abidi | Penguin Books Australia

Azhar Abidi was born in Pakistan and lives in Melbourne. His work has been published in Meanjin and The Best Australian Essays 2004. Passarola Rising is his first novel.

Life Matters: 13 August 2004 - Flying Carpets? Azhar Abidi ...

Earlier this week we were joined by the Melbourne writer Azhar Abidi who told us there was sensational new evidence showing that flying carpets were not the stuff of myth ...

Azhar Abidi · Readings.com.au

Readings – independent Australian retailers and online merchants of fine books, music and film.

Hardships of the Desert | Azhar Abidi | The Monthly

On a Saturday morning in Marree, south of Lake Eyre and on the fringe of central Australian desert country, four generations of cameleers are waiting for the towns ...

Passarola Rising by Azhar Abidi | Penguin Books Australia

Passarola Rising by Azhar Abidi - In 1731, leaving their home and the Age of Reason behind them, two brothers set sail from a castle in Portugal and travel . . . up.

Azhar Abidi | The Monthly

On a Saturday morning in Marree, south of Lake Eyre and on the fringe of central Australian desert country, four generations of cameleers are waiting for the town’s annual camel ...

Passarola Rising - Book Reviews - Books - Entertainment ...

Azhar Abidi's strong debut reveals a novelist of great intelligence. -

Azhar Abidi's Twilight unfolds in turbulent Pakistan ...

Twilight, Azhar Abidi, Text, $32.95 ... TWILIGHT begins with a family gathering in Karachi, in 1985. Bilqis Ara Begum, widow, has a son, Samad, who lives in Melbourne.

Hardships of the Desert | Azhar Abidi | The Monthly

On a Saturday morning in Marree, south of Lake Eyre and on the fringe of central Australian desert country, four generations of cameleers are waiting for the town’s annual camel ...

Review of Passarola Rising by Azhar Abidi - Matilda

Along with being a damn good weblog Bookslut also publishes an online monthly magazine, and this month their resident sf/fantasy reviewer takes a look at Passarola Rising by Azhar ...

The Face: Azhar Abidi | The Australian

MIDDLE Eastern medieval fables are awash with dashing adventure heroes.