Sara Danial is a mother of two. A Pakistani writer/editor, born, raised, and survived in Karachi, though to be precise, reared in the dunes of Dubai, she was corrupted by a voracious appetite for books. Stained by a number of vices, like reading and writing, and with a Master’s degree, she thought the world should be at her feet, but she was mistaken. She took up her old vice to land up in the world of literature through which she shares her love for all things sacred to the English language. Her writing has been published in Dawn, The News on Sunday, The Friday Times, The Aleph Review, South Asia, and The Express Tribune. She can usually be found musing about over a cup of coffee, or occasionally ranting. The writer is a reviewer and critic based in Karachi. She may be reached at email@example.com.