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frankh
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The Reluctant Fundamentalist

Dear Mohsin

I really enjoyed your novel. It is very thought provoking, the cultural pull Changez faced was filled with tension and suspense. The monologue voice of Changez was a pleasure to read. I look forward to discussions with you begining next week.

frankh
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Mohsin_Hamid
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Re: The Reluctant Fundamentalist

Dear Frank,

Thank you for your message. I look forward to any further questions you might have for me. If you do, feel free to get in touch via the "questions for the author" page.

Mohsin
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