In the third episode of Breaking Books, catch the vice-president of What the Book Club, Anisha, writer and translator Dinesh Kafle and writer, publisher and director of IME Nepal Literature Festival, Ajit Baral, talk about the biggest literature event of the country. The 8th edition of IME Nepal Literature Festival kicks off this Friday at Barahi Ghat, lakeside, Pokhara.
In the second episode of Breaking Books, four friends discuss their most recent read- 'The Wayward Daughter: A Kathmandu Story' by Shradha Ghale.
The Wayward Daughter is a compelling read that portrays a Kathmandu girl seeking out love, finding herself and her own life in her family’s journey through many trials and triumphs. The novel revolves around a teenager and her journey to adulthood.
In the pilot episode of Breaking Books, five friends have a (very) laid-back conversation about reading, Literature in Nepal and how reading has influenced their lives.
This episode gives an introduction to the podcast; Breaking Books which aims to represent the spirit and genius of mainstream Nepali bibliophiles.
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