I picked up a paper back version of this book, and I must say could not put this book down till I was like done with it. It was a very entertaining book, though Saba Imtiaz could have done a marginally better job at it, especially with the ending, the ending felt too abrupt, haste and kind of inconclusive, such minor errors could be over looked considering it is her debut novel. The lead character Ayesha Khan in a nutshell is a journalist working for a new English language newspaper based in Karachi whose boss struggles to pay their employees on time, while is obsessed with take away Chinese Food, and the novel is more or less her day to day rant of living in a place like Karachi. For Non Pakistani's who want a glance into the world of middle class Pakistani's, this is maybe not the best book, as it reflects through its characters the sub culture of a very tiny educated elite of Karachi's upper and upper middle classes that live a fairly westernized life style and see their surroundings from an oriental perspective as if their in a foreign land. If you are from Pakistan, especially Karachi and belong to this particular sub culture like myself, please grab a copy or download this on your kindle, I promise, you will not be disappointed and who knows you may be able to really relate to the characters. It felt as if I knew the characters first hand after reading this.