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It's always good to read a book, enjoy it, and learn things you were not aware of. Maybe, one day literature will help turn things around for the better.Published 1 day ago by Wendy M Cash
This was an eye-opener for me. Had never heard the experience from the Palestinian point of view.Published 5 days ago by Marion MacKavanagh
I wanted to like this book more but I found the writing style to be cumbersome. What I did like was getting the other side to a terrible conflict without being too preachy. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Lesley Siemens
I really enjoyed this book. I have visited this part of the world and many of the places in the story .Susan Abulhawa next book was excellant also.Published 17 days ago by peterwh
Painfully Beautiful Book
I don't know if I've ever read a book that touched my heart so strongly. It's hard for me to believe that this is a work of fiction. Read more
A heart warming story about the Palestinian/Israeli conflict over the last 60 years and its effect on a Palestinian family who is torn apart by the war.Published 22 days ago by Nonna "T"
This book is beautifully written. It is a cry from the heart about the the power of love and family, and what happens to human beings who are caught in a devastating occupation. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Gail from Canada
A challenging book to absorb over time. To every conflict, argument, and historical perspective there is the other story, the two-sides to every coin. Innocents suffer.Published 1 month ago by Soso