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This is a fantastic book. So often in the US we are blinded or brain washed by what our media or government or the people we know tell us about other counties and the wars we have... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mal
I enjoyed this book and felt that it was very informative. I think educationally and especially as women, all should read this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Beth
I needed for my english class, and I really enjoy the book. Its a really good read.Published 12 months ago by Sarah Ledwig
Hard to fathom that the Afghan people live under these conditions. Harder to believe that the US is part of the problem!Published 15 months ago by Mary Lundstrom
Only read the first two chapters, did not like it, put it down.Published 16 months ago by Karen Shaw
Incredible Story!!! So very inspiring! Malalia became one of my heroes after reading this book. What an amazing woman.Published 16 months ago by Amanda Ewing
Very interesting! A totally different look at the war on terror in Afghanistan! And the part that malalai joya is doing especially for the women of Afghanistan!Published 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
Yikes, although the story is so interesting and the reviews are excellent it is a hard read. A little more work than I was willing to spend on the book.Published 23 months ago by sandy