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This book is a sobering insight into the life of the Palestinians living in Gaza. I found a lot of what I thought I knew and understood of Gaza was wrong.Many of my preconceived notions about the conflict were shattered by this book. I remember when all those Palestinians were released from prison in exchange for the one Israeli soldier but to hear the story recounted by the mothers, wives and sisters of the Palestinian prisoners and what they had to endure to visit their sons, husbands and brothers in prison was an education. Its a book about the courage and resilience of women and the power and strength of family and hope.
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A really beautiful story about life in Gaza through the eyes of one family. It has only touched on the tragedy the Palestinians have had to face in the aftermath of the Israeli occupation.
Although the narrator did a good job overall I could not get passed the fact that she had no knowledge of the Arabic language and butchered the names and words that the author deliberately included . I'm not sure how the author would agree to have a narrator that did not master the Arabic language.
Over all a good read, but the ending seemed a bit rushed.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
The story requires a narrator who can properly pronounce the Arabic words which give more meaning to the story. Sadly lots gets lost in the poor accent and lack of knowing the proper words.