©2006 Yasmin Crowther; (P)2007 Isis Publishing
"An impressive debut novel." (Financial Times)
"She writes well about exiles and price of freedom." (Telegraph)
"Crowther's novel unfolds at a leisurely pace, vividly conjuring physical and emotional landscapes." (Observer)
"Great story, overall ok narrator"
I liked the story a lot, and overall I liked the narrator, but I didn't like her use of accents. Why would Iranians talking Persian among themselves speak a seriously broken English, I assume that when depicting them as speaking English, and not speaking it very well, this makes sense, but when speaking Persian among themselves this broken language gets annoying.
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