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The Henna Wars When Dimple Met Rishi Meets Simon Vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda In This Rom Com About Two Teen Girls With Rival Henna BusinessesWhen Nishat Comes Out To Her Parents, They Say She Can Be Anyone She Wants As Long As She Isn T Herself Because Muslim Girls Aren T Lesbians Nishat Doesn T Want To Hide Who She Is, But She Also Doesn T Want To Lose Her Relationship With Her Family And Her Life Only Gets Harder Once A Childhood Friend Walks Back Into Her LifeFl Via Is Beautiful And Charismatic And Nishat Falls For Her Instantly But When A School Competition Invites Students To Create Their Own Businesses, Both Fl Via And Nishat Choose To Do Henna, Even Though Fl Via Is Appropriating Nishat S Culture Amidst Sabotage And School Stress, Their Lives Get Tangled But Nishat Can T Quite Get Rid Of Her Crush On Fl Via, And Realizes There Might Be To Her Than She Realized


About the Author: Adiba Jaigirdar

Adiba Jaigirdar was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh, and has been living in Dublin, Ireland from the age of ten She has a BA in English and History, and an MA in Postcolonial Studies She is a contributor for Bookriot All of her writing is aided by tea, and a healthy dose of Janelle Mon e and Hayley Kiyoko When not writing, she can be found ranting about the ills of colonialism, playing video games, and expanding her overflowing lipstick collection.



10 thoughts on “The Henna Wars

  1. Emily May Emily May says:

    When matters of the heart are involved, it s difficult to be careful. This was such a perfect blend of serious and sweet I requested an arc of The Henna Wars on a whim, but soon found myself completely engrossed in this story about prejudice, culture, appropriation and romance.Jaigirdar sets her story in a Catholi


  2. Kai Kai says:

    Of course Muslims can be gay How can anyone think otherwise The two aren t mutually exclusive I am the living, breathing proof What a stunning debut I hoped this book would be good but I didn t expect it to be extraordinary I read this book in one sitting and stayed up until 2am to finish it This is not going to be a coher


  3. Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) says:

    Hello this was v v cute and I REALLY enjoyed it I especially appreciated that none of the characters were all good or all bad They were all super complex and REALISTIC teenage characters and honestly this was just great.


  4. may ➹ may ➹ says:

    It d be a lie to say that I didn t have high expectations for this book I mean, the premise is essentially what if we were business rivals who may or may not have feelings for each other and we were both girls so how could I not And I m very happy to say that I was not disappointed in the least The Henna Wars follows a Bengali girl named


  5. Adiba Jaigirdar Adiba Jaigirdar says:

    The content warnings for this book is printed in the ARC, and will also be printed in the final copy But for anyone wondering whether you are in the right headspace to pick it up, the content warnings can be found here.You can also find links to the first chapter excerpt and the Spotify Playlist on my website Happy reading everyone The content wa


  6. emma emma says:

    pet peeve editors americanizing currency school systems language etc when international books are published in the USanyway this was cute review to come 3 or 3.5 stars currently reading updatesperforming a citizens arrest on myself for taking so long to read this tbr reviewa YA contemporary about two girls with competing henna businesses who fall in love


  7. C.G. Drews C.G. Drews says:

    Sometimes you read books that are just cute and warm and heartbreaking And your soul just THRIVES Look, what is a little reading without pain I really fell in love with this, from the sapphic representation to the addictive and wonderful writing to the absolutely amazing sisterly bonds And can we please admire this cover for ever it is so ridiculous CUTE I JUST


  8. Fanna Fanna says:

    June 08, 2020 So glad to be featuring the author on my blog as she writes a guest post about the importance of conversations around sexual orientation in stories with South Asian culture while she also divulges a little about the history of sexuality and gender spectrum in pre colonial South Asia May 12, 2020 Allow me to recount my first ever job I was good at henna des


  9. ellie ellie says:

    oh..mygod a story featuring two brown girls falling in love not to be dramatic, but this is everything i ve ever wanted.


  10. ilsa➹ ilsa➹ says:

    this wasterrible.i was genuinely so excited to read this the premise sounded sobeautifula hate to love romance between two girls of colour who have a competing henna businesswell, the execution was not there, to say the least the writing was felt so childish at points and remained consistently bland there was something so weird about it that made it difficult for me to feel connected t


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