Mariam Sharma Hits the Road by Sheba Karim audiobook

Mariam Sharma Hits the Road

By Sheba Karim
Read by Soneela Nankani

Quill Tree Books, HarperTeen 9780062445735
7.98 Hours Unabridged
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Three Pakistani-American teenagers, on a trip through the land of pork ribs, mechanical bulls, and Confederate flags. It’s going to be quite an adventure. The summer after her freshman year of college, Mariam is looking forward to working and hanging out with her best friends: irrepressible and beautiful Ghazala and religious but closeted Umar. But when a scandalous photo of Ghaz appears on a billboard in Times Square, Mariam and Umar come up with a plan to rescue her from her furious parents. And what could be a better escape than a spontaneous road trip down to New Orleans? With the heartbreaking honesty of Julie Murphy’s Dumplin’ mixed with the cultural growing pains and smart snark of When Dimple Met Rishi, this wry, remarkable road-trip story is about questioning where you come from—and choosing the family that chooses you back.

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Summary

Summary

Three Pakistani-American teenagers, on a trip through the land of pork ribs, mechanical bulls, and Confederate flags. It’s going to be quite an adventure.

The summer after her freshman year of college, Mariam is looking forward to working and hanging out with her best friends: irrepressible and beautiful Ghazala and religious but closeted Umar.

But when a scandalous photo of Ghaz appears on a billboard in Times Square, Mariam and Umar come up with a plan to rescue her from her furious parents. And what could be a better escape than a spontaneous road trip down to New Orleans?

With the heartbreaking honesty of Julie Murphy’s Dumplin’ mixed with the cultural growing pains and smart snark of When Dimple Met Rishi, this wry, remarkable road-trip story is about questioning where you come from—and choosing the family that chooses you back.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“Sheba Karim has done it again! Funny, heartwarming, and achingly real, Mariam Sharma Hits the Road is the road-trip novel everyone needs to be reading right now.” Sandhya Menon, New York Times bestselling author
“This is the road trip book of the summer…Once you start reading, good luck stopping, because you won’t be able to put this down.” RT Book Reviews (4 stars)
“This breezy, irreverent romp has a deeply thoughtful side…This joyously exuberant tale will speak to readers who enjoy a blend of barbed humor and poignant reflection…Excellent.” School Library Journal (starred review)
“With warmth and intimacy, Karim explores the bond among the three protagonists, as well as their individual identity conflicts.” Publishers Weekly
“Readers who enjoy a great road trip story and those desiring to read more ‘own voices’ stories will find much to enjoy here.” Booklist
“An entertaining story that examines tough issues.” Kirkus Reviews
Mariam Sharma Hits the Road…is about finding adventure, finding surprises, and finding yourself. It’s also so much fun that it’s not until the journey is over that you realize the depth of what you’ve just read.” Abdi Nazemian, author of The Authentics

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Author

Author Bio: Sheba Karim

Author Bio: Sheba Karim

Sheba Karim is the author of That Thing We Call a Heart and Skunk Girl. Her fiction has appeared in Asia Literary Review, Barn Owl Review, Femina, Shenandoah, Time Out Delhi, and in several anthologies in the United States and India. She is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and NYU School of Law and currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee. You can visit her online at ShebaKarim.com

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Available Formats : Digital Download, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction
Runtime: 7.98
Audience: Young Adult (12–17)
Language: English