I really enjoyed listening to Quanta's story because liked her as person, it was very easy to see her experiences through her eyes.
I originally had purchased this book out of cultural interest, but as I read this shifted more to be interested in who Quanta is and how she feels as a person about the daily life in Saudi-Arabia
I loved that she met this doctor, I can not remember his name, she fell in love with. For some reason I kept hoping for a happy end ..........
The storyline is well structured and well narrated
because this is a true story and describes very well what Beaz' motivations and thoughts were behind his defending. This side of the story needed to be told and deserved to be told. It was a shame to see how the media had decided to declare CA guilty before the trial and went out of its way to prove this. Media coverage during this trial was very manipulative and unilateral therefore I greatly welcomed to hear another side of the story but there is still a part of me wondering whether it was ethically correct for a lawyer to write this book.
Cheney Mason too bad he was not mentioned more often.
The Casey Anthony story has taught me a lot,we never will know for sure what really happened. It might be possible that she is innocent. It was a shame to see how many people, influenced by the media, were and are willing to display so much hatred and call themselves Christian in the same sentence.
This shows to me how we all are being influenced by the mass media, maybe we should give some thought to that..... How far are we willing to go as a result of this?........
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