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I'm really on the fence about Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Very good writer. A true inspiration. But I bought the book hoping to learn more about her journey. Read morePublished 9 days ago by MamaHippo
All her books are amazing courageous woman. I have all books she has writtenPublished 10 days ago by henry zabielinsky
My second book to read by this author She comes from an ancient tribal society. She escaped to holland and got an education. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Michael C. Graves
Clearly the bravest woman on the planet, Hirsi Ali has written several books that should be required reading in all high schools and universities.Published 15 days ago by Lucretia borgia
It's an amazing read. Hard to believe the Muslim culture adheres to such backward, barbaric practices. We should take her warnings seriously.Published 27 days ago by Zena Hodor
I love Ayaan Hirshi Ali's writing style. Making adjustments to countries and cultures that are different than the one you were born into is difficult to say the least. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cheryl Kloda
Book was very interesting read. Once started couldn't put it down. She Was a very smart and inquisitive growing up in a very backward culture. This led her to rebePublished 1 month ago by Jo Ann Licetti
Ayan Hirsi Ali has a real gift for writing. Her description of her introduction to life among "the infidels" in the Netherlands is golden.Published 1 month ago by Hans H.