The current study explores emergent discourse styles in English-language Pakistani fiction using multiple levels of analysis. The modern discourse styles in Pakistani English-language fiction have been explored using the “Corpus Stylistics” methodology and computational tools. In the past, the quantitative research on Pakistani fiction in English as a whole has hardly ever examined the entire collection of fundamental language elements. The current study is ground-breaking in that it has assembled a sizable corpus of Pakistani fiction in English for a specific goal based on a sizable collection of novels and short tales. Applying statistical factor analysis, the whole collection of essential lexico-grammatical elements presents in fictionized writing in Pakistan has been taken into consideration. The current research introduces innovative discourse styles and labels them as: “Expression of Thought vs. Descriptive Discourse Production,” “Context-oriented Discourse,” “Concrete Action Discourse vs. Abstract Exposition,” and “Narrative vs. Dialogic Discourse.” it does this by marking information from the large substantial corpus of English-language Pakistani fiction.