This book was a selection at my book club. I found the story very disturbing, as I imagine anyone would. It was very interesting to learn a little bit about life in Yemen incluidng the culture and practices. The history of marriage at such a young age was hard to learn of. I hope that Nujood will be able to acheive her dreams, but she has had a very difficult start.
While I recognize that the narrator was telling the first-person story of a young girl, I sometimes found her stacato narration a bit affected and an impediment to my being able to relax into the story. Because I have not had a chance to also read the book, I can't tell whether or not the writing style contributed to this as well -- but I suspect it may have.
I love the inspiration I felt after reading her story.
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I wanted to share it right away with my friends.
I enjoy memoirs.
Simply written and read of such a difficult story
A Divorce party very cool
showing all the voices in a great role