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This Mother's Life Paperback – October 14, 2011
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She is a tireless advocate of Women's rights - not only in this country but in her native Iran as well - and has written extensively and passionately on the subject. If you want to understand why immigrants are - and always have been - so essential to America's soul, just look to Nina Mohadjer for inspiration. Her story is an example that can light the darkest American night.
This Mother's Life should be read by men and women alike. I loved it.
I really enjoyed this book. Once I started reading it, I could not put it down. This book made me laugh and cry. In some parts of this book I felt like I was re-living my own life. Nina has taken the life of a single mom with two girls and described it in a way that all single moms can relate. This book truly touches the life of every single mom in one way or another.
Nina is a warm and loving woman, and a very dear friend. Even though we are miles apart, I feel like she is right next door. She truly cares about everyone and is there to listen and lend an ear.
I am looking forward to reading Nina's next book.
It was a good read :)
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What an entertaining book I happened to stumble across. Funny, witty, philosophical - makes you feel you actually know the heroine! Hope there'll be a sequel..!Published 8 months ago by Amazon-Kunde
This was so poorly written that I hardly made it through the first few chapters. I always like to give an author the benefit of the doubt until I can get into a book, but this was... Read morePublished on May 10, 2013 by Diane Dieringer