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Between You, Me and the Four Walls

Between You, Me and the Four Walls

The Social Butterfly Bulletin

Moni Mohsin
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Butterfly is back with her signature flutter. Her diary entries about the latest events in Pakistan, India and the rest of the cobbled world will allow you to put on the cushioned shoes of the truly rich. She discusses the international world order and RWA politics with equal ease, deals with ‘Channel’, ‘Jimmy Choose’ and ‘Birking’ accessories, and holds a wonderfully discomforting, though distorted, mirror to many in high society. Author Moni Mohsin is back to dish biting satire through her carefully layered humour and trademark wry quips. Scandalously colourful and uniquely desi, this next instalment of the Butterfly series has something to offer to all readers.

Imprint: India Penguin

Published: Sep/2022

ISBN: 9780143451389

Length : 232 Pages

MRP : ₹299.00

Between You, Me and the Four Walls

The Social Butterfly Bulletin

Moni Mohsin

Butterfly is back with her signature flutter. Her diary entries about the latest events in Pakistan, India and the rest of the cobbled world will allow you to put on the cushioned shoes of the truly rich. She discusses the international world order and RWA politics with equal ease, deals with ‘Channel’, ‘Jimmy Choose’ and ‘Birking’ accessories, and holds a wonderfully discomforting, though distorted, mirror to many in high society. Author Moni Mohsin is back to dish biting satire through her carefully layered humour and trademark wry quips. Scandalously colourful and uniquely desi, this next instalment of the Butterfly series has something to offer to all readers.

Select Preferred Format

Moni Mohsin

Moni Mohsin was born and raised in Lahore, Pakistan. Married with two children, she divides her time between London and Lahore.

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