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    A house without windows

    enjoyed listening to this book.It focused on Afghanistan its culture traditions superstition related to the abuse of women who are at the mercy of men.Its a universal truth but in 3rd world countries the cruelties against women and children is barbaric.
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    Intense but beautiful

    Story is so heartwarming and touching it's hard to disconnect from it you will never be the same especially if you're a mother
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    Loved it!

    This was such an interesting book. It tells the story of generations of struggles by the Afghani women, through the eyes of Zebab, who is charged with murdering her husband. Its eye opening how these women experience safety and friendship in jail for ‘acts’ committed that tarnish the honour of the men in their lives.
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    A House Without Windows

    This was an excellent story . I had never read a book set in the middle east. Not only was it suspenseful and well written, but also educational. I never knew what all the titles and names given to grand parents, aunts, uncles the respect that is meant in using the titles etc.. Great book. I'll always read more than once because inevitably I will miss something the 1st time around.
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