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    As always a wonderful book.

    A story to make us truly grateful for the blessed lives we live and to pray for our sisters who live in such fear each day. I hope this author will continue to write books that keep these stories alive.
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    A House Without Windows

    BRILLIANT! An unforgetable story of integrity and courage!! Having been born and raised in Canada, I can't imagine living in such a patriarchal society with so little regard for women. Thank God things are changing!
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    So different from my usual reads

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. My first read relating to women being quashed by men and their religious beliefs. Great read. Couldn't put it down.
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    Great read

    This was another great read by Nadia Hashimi. I really enjoyed the story and learning about the characters. There was enough of a mystery to really keep you reading. Perhaps the ending is a bit unrealistic for most situations but it was a satisfying ending nonetheless.
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    A House Without Windows

    This is one of the best novels I have ever read. A great fictional story that likely happens in many countries in the world every day. A real insight into women's lives in Afghanistan and how the judicial system treats them. A wonderful book with twists and turns right to the end!
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