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അല്‍-അറേബ്യന്‍ നോവല്‍ ഫാക്ടറി | Al-Arabian Novel Factory

Benyamin / Dec 09, 2019

Al Arabian Novel Factory A twin novel surprise from Benyamin Al Arabian Novel Factory and Mullappoo Niramulla Pakalukal are two novels set in the backdrop of Jasmine revolution that took place in Arabia Both novels depict the

  • Title: അല്‍-അറേബ്യന്‍ നോവല്‍ ഫാക്ടറി | Al-Arabian Novel Factory
  • Author: Benyamin
  • ISBN: 9788126450787
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • A twin novel surprise from Benyamin Al Arabian Novel Factory and Mullappoo Niramulla Pakalukal are two novels set in the backdrop of Jasmine revolution that took place in Arabia Both novels depict the same issue narrated by two different people from the same place but with different perspectives This twin wonder is interconnected, and at the same time independent, wA twin novel surprise from Benyamin Al Arabian Novel Factory and Mullappoo Niramulla Pakalukal are two novels set in the backdrop of Jasmine revolution that took place in Arabia Both novels depict the same issue narrated by two different people from the same place but with different perspectives This twin wonder is interconnected, and at the same time independent, with Beniyamin touch.

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    About "Benyamin"

      • Benyamin

        Benyamin born 1971, Benny Daniel is an Indian novelist and short story writer in Malayalam language from Nhettur, Kulanada, Pattanamtitta district of the south Indian state of Kerala He is residing in the Kingdom of Bahrain since 1992, from the age of twenty, and his works appear regularly on Malayalam publications in Kerala.


    172 Comments

    1. Benyamin has done it again. Another great piece of work after Manjaveyil Maranangal. Only this time, the story happens in the background of the revolution in Arab countries.The story is narrated by Mr. Pratap, an Indian born Canadian citizen who works for the newspaper Sunday Toronto. He becomes a part of the research team for a famous writer and chooses to go over to a particular Arab Country (The name of the country is never revealed, maybe to avoid controversies). The reason he chooses to go [...]


    2. ബെന്യാമിന്റെ പുതിയ 'ഇരട്ട നോവലുകൾ' : രണ്ടു പുസ്തകങ്ങളും തമ്മിൽ ബന്ധമുണ്ടെങ്കിലും തുടർ നോവലല്ല. ഏത് വായിച്ചും തുടങ്ങാം. പേരിനോടുള്ള കൗതുകം കൊണ്ടാവാം ആദ്യം വായിച്ചത് 'അൽ അറേബ്യൻ നോവൽ ഫാക് [...]


    3. I pre-ordered this book along with 'Mullappoo niramulla pakalukal'All the books I have pre-ordered has always disappointed me. But still want to give these twin books a try. Now, no regrets!! This is a really a very nice book. I really loved Benyamin's writing style. Same as his other book, I am just confused whether this is an actual story. It doesn't matter anyway. I just really liked this book. :) Very simple writing and and an exciting story!!(Also, I got an author signed copy. It was an off [...]


    4. Even though it takes a bit long to complete this book, characters were so intense and heart touching. Especially Sameera Parvin from Mullapoo Niramulla Pakalukal. I was searching details in internet for A spring without Smell. Still in confusion was it autobiography or writers imagination. Never thought #JasmineRevolution has so much point of views. Al arabian novel factory was gripping and was like watching Bourne series sequences in Bourne legacy story. Connection between two books was really [...]


    5. ശരിയായ പഠനം നടത്തി, എഴുതിയ ഒരു കഥ, അറബ് രാജ്യത്തിന്റെ അഭ്യന്തരകലഹങ്ങളും രാഷ്ട്രീയ അനിശ്ചിതത്വവും പശ്ചാത്തലമാക്കി നല്ല ഒരു നോവൽ , ജീവിത തത്വങ്ങളുടെ അതിപ്രസരം ഉണ്ടെങ്കിലും മനുഷ്യ സ്വഭാ [...]


    6. An awesome rendering of the Arabian Spring revolutions. from lots of angles. lots of history, culture, sufferings and facts. loved this one from Benyamin. Like his previous works, its a fast page turner!! recommended for all!!!




    7. A really well-researched book regarding the Jasmin revolution. I read this along with its twin book മുല്ലപ്പൂ നിറമുള്ള പകലുകൾ Mullappoo Niramulla Pakalukal. Both are eminently readable and got me very interested in the undercurrents of middle-eastern politics.Reading the book, the fiction is actually secondary to the explanation of political situation (which is just fine), while in the മുല്ലപ്പൂ നിറമുള്ള പകലു [...]


    8. Rating this as 3 stars mainly due to the fact that the book could have been actually finished in less than 200 pages. The first 200 pages almost has nothing happening and I felt like I was reading one of those Dan Brown books in which an overdose of explanation of roman history beats the purpose of the book - in this case, about the Arabian land they are in. Real action happens in the last 150 odd pages which is definitely fast paced and the only exciting part of the book.Yet to read the second [...]


    9. Benyamin has done enough research regarding the jasmine revolution and what shia and sunni had to go through because of it. This is a novel which is written with the backdrop of jasmine revolution. I personally liked the entire approach except the lead protagonist's much awaited meeting with his ex gf.


    10. അറബ് രാജ്യങ്ങളിലെ സമകാലിക രാഷ്ട്രീയ അനിശ്ചിതാവസ്ഥകളുടെയും , പ്രക്ഷോഭങ്ങളുടെയും പശ്ചാത്തലത്തിൽ രചിക്കപ്പെട്ട രണ്ട് നോവലുകളുടെ കൂട്ടത്തിലെ ഒരു നോവൽ ആണ് "അൽ അറേബിയൻ നോവൽ ഫാക്ടറി " ബന്യാ [...]


    11. another excellent book. No regretsally a sort of thriller, after the Manja veyil maranangal, wrote with deep research about the recent events in the Arab countries, with deep insight about the religion and nation. Really appreciating and awaiting next book.



    12. This was the second book in the twin novels written by Benyamin about the Jasmine Revolution in the Middle East. Still I'm not sure whether I can call this the first book or the second but chronologically, it is the second and luckily, I read the books in the same order. So, this story takes place in the aftermath of a failed coup attempt at a Middle-East country whose name is not revealed, although a few Google searches showed that it is Bahrain, where a Indo-Canadian Journalist visits the plac [...]


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