The Swallows of Kabul

Book reviews

Cousin K:

  • New York Journal of Books reviewer Steve Emmet wrote “Cousin K may be a small book but it is a giant of a literary work.”[3]
  • Publishers Weekly wrote "while the novella feels fractional, offering only piecemeal glimpses of the protagonists, it is atmospheric and the writing is tense and lyrical."

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