This book is gripping...I am so grateful that she has written her story.
Mrs. Ebadi's purpose in writing the book is to give Westerners an accurate and eye-opening account of the human rights struggle in Iran.
For anyone who is interested on the subject, this is as close as one can get to how it feels to really live in Iran.
An eye opener, very interesting ....if you are a women concerned with human rights, irrelevant of creed or whatever, see the other side of the coin, read this ! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Janet Bowen
Dr. Ebadi, I can not be more proud of you! thank you for all you do and have done!Published 1 month ago by binabina
This book tells the story about realities of life in Iran. I was born 2 years after the revolution and left the country in my late 20s. Read morePublished 2 months ago by TannazIb
A very insightful and important read - this book gives much honest insight into life in Iran, how it has come to be the way it is and why change is slow - without posting spoilers... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Pelican Freak
What a great read, told from someone who thought the 1979 revolution would bring about "change." Boy did it ever! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mrs. V
Her resolve is impressive -- she shows the strength a mother has for her children, and extends it to all the children of the country there. Read morePublished 9 months ago by michaelfarris10
While it can be a rather disjointed chronicle at times, this book is a must read for any student of human rights work. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ella