Consumed: A Sister’s Story: An unflinching portrayal of sibling rivalry and regret

Arifa Akbar looks back at her sister’s unhappy childhood, her early death and the dysfunctional family life that ruined their relationship in this honest and thoughtful memoir

4th July, 2021
Consumed: A Sister’s Story: An unflinching portrayal of sibling rivalry and regret
Arifa Akbar reconstructs her family’s history with an unflinching clarity

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Consumed: A Sister’s Story

By Arifa Akbar

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