About Dr.Tazeen Rizvi

Tazeen Rizvi doesn’t like change and is definitely not risk-loving. So much so that she always orders the same dish at restaurants. This Health Care professional with a Master in Health Care Management from The Royal College of Surgeons, UK, has given us a series of book reviews, including The Architect’s Apprentice. FUCHSIA allows her to share her love for books and reading with others. Tazeen has worked in many Healthcare settings. She also ran a Health Awareness Program in Dubai schools on Healthy eating and also worked as a Clinical Consultant to the Ministry of Health of UAE for 6 years. Tazeen is married and mother to a son and daughter. She loves music, and aspires to be in a position where she can support the needy and helpless. She believes that when Allah has created you free, you should never be a slave to others.

Crazy Rich Asians, a book by Kevin Kwan, that will be soon coming out as a Movie. Every once in a while, a book comes along that will completely surprise you. Crazy Rich Asians does just that. It is funny, fast-paced, outrageous and dramatic. This makes it a pleasant and refreshing change from the more seriousContinue reading

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Being a huge fan of Elif Shafak’s writing, I started this book with a certain level of bias, and high expectations. As always, Shafak lived up to those expectations; The Architect’s Apprentice is a joy to read, and especially so for lovers of historical writing. The book focuses on the Ottoman Empire in the seventeenthContinue reading

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“That thing the nature of which is totally unknown to you is usually what you need to find, and finding it is a matter of getting lost.”   A Field Guide to Getting Lost is an interesting and unique book with a distinct personality. It is the title of the book which tempted me toContinue reading
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