Fatima Bhutto books

Fatima Bhutto

Fatima Bhutto is a Pakistani writer and columnist. Born in Kabul, she is the daughter of politician Murtaza Bhutto, niece of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and granddaughter of former Prime Minister and President of Pakistan, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.


The Sensational Life and Death of Qandeel Baloch by @SanamMKhi is easily the best book I’ve read so far this year. It’s out next month preorder in PK at or elsewhere here.
I couldn’t recommend this book more:
The Autobiography of Malcolm X was a book that changed my life, here's why:
Wrote about @mehartweets’s brave book, Small Acts of Freedom, for the @BazaarIndia literature issue this May. It’s a valuable book for these troubled times.
Filmed something exciting with the very inspiring @marclamonthill for @AlJazeera today. If you haven’t read his book ‘Nobody’ then you urgently must.
@NosheenIqbal @NK_Adjei @guardianreview Brilliant piece on a brilliant book & writer.
@vivekisms I’m ok! Reading Desert Notebooks by Ben Ehrenreich - a book perfectly suited for our odd times.
Everything you know about addiction is wrong @johannhari101's fascinating TED talk if you haven't read his book, do.
I don’t normally do books on Twitter but this is incredibly moving.