A cyclone of epic proportions is brewing in Arif Anwar’s The Storm

Five stories intersect in Arif Anwar’s debut novel, The Storm. They roam from Chittagong, Burma, during World War II, to post-war Calcutta, to a fishing village in East Pakistan shortly after Partition and again a few decades later as a cyclone of epic proportions is brewing.

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