In clear, crisp prose, Re­ham Khan tells her story with wit, in­tel­li­gence and can­dour. This is a me­moir that will en­gage and sur­prise read­ers of all ages and of both gen­ders.

Storizen Magazine - - Events -

Re­ham Khan’s event­ful life took her from Gaddafi’s Libya to Zia’s Pak­istan and thence to Eng­land as a teenage bride, be­fore she re­turned to Pak­istan in her for­ties.

Her life has been one of ex­tra­or­di­nary con­trasts: she has been through a vi­o­lent mar­riage and do­mes­tic abuse, and has had to ne­go­ti­ate the murky world of Pak­istan pol­i­tics; but her story also in­cludes the re­build­ing of her life af­ter she chose to end her first mar­riage, rais­ing three chil­dren sin­gle-hand­edly and at the same time, build­ing her­self a suc­cess­ful ca­reer both in the UK and in Pak­istan.

Re­ham Khan’s story is ul­ti­mately one of re­silience, strength, courage and con­vic­tion. It is the story of a woman who be­lieved in her­self and stood up to the world de­spite the fact that the odds were stacked against her – and ul­ti­mately emerged vic­to­ri­ous.

Re­ham Khan was mar­ried to the celebrity crick­eter-turned-politi­cian Im­ran Khan for a year in 2015. Her much-dis­cussed story weaves through the murky world of Pak­istani pol­i­tics and high life.

This edi­tion now makes her in­cred­i­ble story avail­able to read­ers in the In­dia.

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