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The Lost Love of Akbar Manzil

Shubnum Khan

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      Sana and Meena will never meet. The two women share little beyond Akbar Manzil, the sprawling mansion they call home. When Meena fell in love with the owner of the house, it was the grandest residence on South Africa’s east coast near Durban. Eight decades later when Sana and her father move to the house, the latest of Akbar Manzil's long list of tenants, it is in near-ruins, crumbling, shabby and dark. This is a place where people come to forget. Or to be forgotten. Full of questions about her new home, Sana is drawn to the deserted east wing, home to a clutter of broken and abandoned objects – and to the locked door at its end, unopened for decades. Soon, Sana begins to discover the tangled, troubling history of the house, awakening the memories of the house itself and dredging up old and terrible secrets that will change the lives of everyone –living and dead – at Akbar Manzil.
      CONTRIBUTORS: Shubnum Khan EAN: 9781770108707 COUNTRY: South Africa PAGES: WEIGHT: 500 g HEIGHT: 0 cm
      PUBLISHED BY: Pan Macmillan South Africa DATE PUBLISHED: CITY: GENRE: WIDTH: 0 cm SPINE:

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      An easy read that has you coming back for more every hour. There is mystery, love, beauty and a compelling story line that captivates from the word go. I am really beginning to love local literature.

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      Sana and Meena will never meet. The two women share little beyond Akbar Manzil, the sprawling mansion they call home. When Meena fell in love with the owner of the house, it was the grandest residence on South Africa’s east coast near Durban. Eight decades later when Sana and her father move to the house, the latest of Akbar Manzil's long list of tenants, it is in near-ruins, crumbling, shabby and dark. This is a place where people come to forget. Or to be forgotten. Full of questions about her new home, Sana is drawn to the deserted east wing, home to a clutter of broken and abandoned objects – and to the locked door at its end, unopened for decades. Soon, Sana begins to discover the tangled, troubling history of the house, awakening the memories of the house itself and dredging up old and terrible secrets that will change the lives of everyone –living and dead – at Akbar Manzil.
      CONTRIBUTORS: Shubnum Khan EAN: 9781770108707 COUNTRY: South Africa PAGES: WEIGHT: 500 g HEIGHT: 0 cm
      PUBLISHED BY: Pan Macmillan South Africa DATE PUBLISHED: CITY: GENRE: WIDTH: 0 cm SPINE:

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      Samantha Schmidt
      The Lost Love of Akbar Manzil

      An easy read that has you coming back for more every hour. There is mystery, love, beauty and a compelling story line that captivates from the word go. I am really beginning to love local literature.

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