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Her Majesty Queen Noor immerses the reader into the rich culture of the Middle East and the true heart of Arab culture. Read morePublished 5 months ago by fruitloop
My wife was reading this book, and asked me to look at a couple of passages she found questionable. I had to stop documenting the inaccuracies after five or six pages, they were... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joe M.
I am always asking, "what did the author edit?" She wants her husband and her adopted country to look the best in this book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Elizabeth Hunter
Only got glimpses of her personal life. She repeatedly writes about all the different meetings with the leaders around the globe, but gives no real information on anything.Published 10 months ago by Brenda Peltier
Loving this book at present. In addition to the personal and fascinating life trajectory am also learning about the amazing history of the middle east in a personable, and human... Read morePublished 10 months ago by G. Kanika
I truly enjoyed this book. Queen Nour is very insightful, genuine and credible. I found her book very informative on core aspects of Jordan that I was unclear about as a Jordanian.Published 10 months ago by AA