Books by Tahmima Anam

THE GOOD MUSLIM by Tahmima Anam
Released: Aug. 2, 2011

"Throughout the novel's extremes of violence and tragedy, Anam always allows the ultimate humanity of the characters to shine through."
In the free-standing second installment of her planned trilogy about Bangladesh, Anam (A Golden Age, 2008) transfers her focus from a mother who sacrificed so much before and during the war for national independence to her children, grown and at odds in the revolution's painful aftermath. Read full book review >
A GOLDEN AGE by Tahmima Anam
Released: Jan. 8, 2008

"Panoramic in its sense of history, intensely personal in its sense of drama—a wonderfully sad yet joyous read."
This remarkably moving and assured debut, the first in a planned trilogy, tells the story of Bangladesh's 1971 war for independence through the eyes of a widow who will do anything to ensure her children's survival. Read full book review >