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  • Title: Mayur Times
  • Author: Narayan Wagle
  • ISBN: 9789937829007
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Hardcover
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      Published :2018-09-20T05:00:40+00:00

    1 thought on “Mayur Times

    1. I can understand why people are not happy after reading this book. But I am really happy that Narayan sir have made justice to the character of two women. We rarely get to read in Nepali literature, about a strong character of the woman. But there are so many things that need to be explained but the writer has left it unexplained which makes many readers frustrated and irritated. So far I must say we need to read this kind of character time and again.

    2. This story just flows and you dont get your emotions up and down reading this. A simple story written simply and lacks a major plot to make it good . I rated it 2 and read if you have plenty of time free although it doesnt takes a sort of it.

    3. The subject that the book tends to address is a delicate and interesting one. And it felt great to read about journalism in Nepal from the vantage point of Nepal's leading journalist. But the book digresses too often and some plots are plain bland. Overall, it's worth a read but is nowhere near the awesomeness of Wagle's previous book Palpasa Cafe.

    4. Mayur Times has done a fair job of depicting the constraints/threats faced by journalism in war/terror torn nations and how lack of good governance makes things worse for journalism industry.

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