The End Of Innocence

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Penguin Books Limited, Jun 7, 2007 - Fiction - 368 pages
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'Perched on the edge of a car seat, Rani and Laila hurtled towards a love story ...'

Western Pakistan, the winter of 1971, and nine-year-old Laila has a secret. Ignored by the adults around her yet desperate to know their world, Laila takes comfort in being the confidant of teenager Rani - privy to details of the older girl's forbidden love affair. But when that affair bears unwelcome fruit, a floundering Rani leans on Laila for solace and support. Yet Laila - still a child - neither comprehends the danger nor is able to help; and thus unwittingly leads Rani towards catastrophe ...

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Moni Mohsin was born and raised in Pakistan. She lives in London with her husband and two children

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