Songs of Blood and Sword is the autobiography of Fatima Bhutto. The book chronicles the tragic life of a family of rich feudal landlords - the Bhuttos of Pakistan. The author describes the murder of her father and her aunt Benazir Bhutto. In addition to this, the book traces the history of four generations of Bhuttos and their political power, while also providing insights into the accusations of fraud and violence within Pakistani political circles. Following her father’s murder, Fatima Bhutto was keen on exploring the violent deaths in her family, and she embarked on a mission to uncover where things went wrong. Her findings have been incorporated in this book. Songs Of Blood And Sword: A Daughter’s Memoir also paints a picture of how the author spent close to 14 years with her father. These portions are sure to touch any reader’s heart.
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