Unlike other reviewers, I loved the literary references, the lyrical quality of the narrator's voice (the r's are particularly exotic and lulling), and the meandering chapters written in a poet's language. But what I appreciated most, at a time when understanding Middle Eastern cultures is so important, is how it brought the Islamic revolution in Iran to life and helped me understand the cultural and political underpinnings.
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