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A bit hard to follow the characters at times but an enjoyable read just the same.
I also think the author is having an identity crisis, which is apparent not only in her writing but also in some of her interviews that I've found online.
You will be touched at Luky's search for happiness and a way out of the oppressive lifestyle and culture of her family.
A sad indictment of the Muslim faith seen through the eyes of one so badly treated.Published 1 month ago by askjeana
I think the author really should have had a better editor. I found the story intriguing but could not get past the writing. It was choppy and I wasn't even able to finish the book.Published 3 months ago by M. Notman
the story was ok at the beginning but suddenly started jumping around in time. Then someone else was talking or narrating but we never found out who or why. Read morePublished 4 months ago by S. Brown
We'll written, but not extra-ordinary. More of a rebel character but without any so called values. People like this normally suffer in life.Published 6 months ago by indranil Roy
You may not want to publish this in its entirety so read carefully. The librarian at the library where I volunteer one day a week is married to the subject of this book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dottie
I thought this book was amazing. L.A. Sherman's
ability to overcome a clash of religion and culture while she was a teenager is amazing. Read more
this book was a contrast to what other Muslim Girls I know tell me. I am an older person and would like to know more about the treatment on young girls. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not the best written. A bit hard to follow the characters at times but an enjoyable read just the same.Published 9 months ago by Midwest lady