Himu by Humayun Ahmed

Himu by Humayun Ahmed

Download Himu by Humayun Ahmed as PDF format to read on your mobile or computer device. Himu is the most successful character as like as Misir Ali.  Himu PDF Bangla book is top-rated among Bengali readers. There are twenty-three books in Himu series. This book is the third book in the series and the delightful book like other books of Himu.

Himu Book Detail

  • Name of the book: Himu
  • Name of the writer: Humayun Ahmed
  • Category of the book: Novel
  • Book series: Himu (#3)
  • Publisher: Protik Prokashoni
  • First published: February 1993
  • Total pages: 96 pages
  • Book size: 04 MB.

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Himu Book  Review

In the first part of the novel, we notice that he is talking with a girl named Esha. In Himu’s word, he was providing them some help. They fell a bit demurred for not giving him proper requites. What was that help? Will the reader know that in the pages of the book? Esha asked Himu about his work. Himu easily answered that he was a pilgrimage. His work is to walk. Esha’s forehead folded.

Sitting in the sitting room, he said there is no tea leaf in the house. Esha quiet surprised by hearing this. Sitting in the house, Himu was observing the painting of the room. Though Esha wanted to go on teaching, she relaxed. Then Esha switched on the television.

Whatever, too many people think that Himu is an influential person, hallow or a saint who can predict. But to some people, he is hanky-panky. Himu’s personal work to district the persons around him. From the very first scene with Esha to the last being in the hospital after being attacked by two dangerous dogs, nothing could surprise Himu. But he keeps on shocking and surprising you, sometimes with deep awe!

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