She comes from a rich political dynasty in Pakistan. Has lived in Karachi, Kabul, and studied in the united states. Her father was murdered when she was little and aunt Benazir went the same fate. She has crossed the world and met both the religious and political extremism. Now she lives in England.
released his second novel, ”The runaways” (Viking), which gets rave reviews in The Guardian, The Financial Times and The Irish News. And of course, it is about three young people from completely different backgrounds and locations who are drawn to islamic extremism. Their paths crossed in the jihad desert landscape in Iraq and Syria.
It may be this spring's most combustible and the current global novel.
In an interview with Business Standard, says Fatima Bhutto to today's violent radicalism does not have as much to do with religion. She rather believe that it originates from young people's pain, desperation and loneliness. The motives can be complex, but the simplified, often in the media. Therefore, she says, " I wrote a novel.