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This is truly a remarkable book, well written and compelling.
This is a book that allows you into the inner workings of family life in Kabul by way of a family run by Sultan Khan, the bookseller.
Since then, I have been purchasing copies of this book to give whenever I can to people who should learn about these things.
This was a selection from my in person book club and I found it to be okay. It is a true story and I thought I would be reading more about his quest to distribute... Read more
The head of a family gave a foreigner permission to live with and write about his family in Afghanistan. Read morePublished 3 months ago by moth
An interesting indepth view of the culture of Afghanistan especially the role of women in the time setting. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Patricia Paolantonio
This book gives a good insight to a culture I am very unfamiliar with. It was fascinating and sometimes maddening. Read morePublished 6 months ago by M. Chambers
Asne Seierstad is a Norwegian journalist and writer, and she spent four months living with a bookseller and his wives and family in Kabul during 2002 -- a period when life in... Read morePublished 7 months ago by John Duncan
This is a wonderful about a part of the world that no matter how many books I read, I'll never understand the mindsetPublished 7 months ago by lrhvajwj3