The White Lie by Zarnaab Adil (Book Review #1310)

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The White Lie is a short dystopian thriller written filled with the journey of Foreign Minister Shahzain Magsi and his man Hasan Murtaza navigating Pakistan and organizing the 2036 OIC Summit.

Although the book is short, you find enough foundation and merit to cover an entire story. It is intense and pact. The story is set in 2036, so you are instantly introduced into a world that you might as well not have been familiar with.

What really stands out most is the connection and relationship Shahzain Magsi, and Hasan Murtaza have with one another. The dynamic of the two really meshed the story together in a good way.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read novellas and is into thriller stories.

Written by Jeyran Main

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