DOC [Princess More Tears to Cry Jean Sasson] womens fiction
It is hard to read this book without sensing a tinge f bias especially me knowing her central theme Or f how much the story had been rewritten to create a shocking drama You be the judge f the storyAnother caution it is easy to link the injustice cruelty and Dirty Dozen 2 (12 Taboo XXX Tales) oppression depicted in the book to Muslims and even Islam by first glance Islam is a religionf the many people around various places in this earth Saudi Arabia being its birth place and that s all Culture varies between ne group f people to another but that does not mean that the religion
bear the burden f misinterpretation As much as ne expect this book the burden f misinterpretation As much as ne expect this book linger so much n elements f faith and religion it actually dwells n culture and human value By all means it is not to say that Sasson invoke the sentiment in this book She exhibit great respect for the religion and said so many times through the character and by herselfAt 303 pages the book makes a good read The stories are short yet engaging enough to grip you for hours Shocking sickening at times and sometimes just plain beautiful Revelation after revelation which while seems extraordinarily unbelievable is also trueSaudi Arabia is a beautiful country and the people are kind This book didn t really focus much n that and misses a lot Step by Step to Stand-Up Comedy on the good parts Plus this was anld tale from a royal family that maymay not be as relevant today Much have to be learned Greetings! of he lifef the common people Princess is the story f a Saudi Arabian princess called Sultana for the purposes f the story It shows a picture Tribeca of the lifef a woman in the male dominated Saudi society Her brother is treated like a god from birth while she and her sisters are subjected to whatever cruelty he desires As Sultana gets Grey's Lady older she encounters and horror at the treatmentf women Things chance when she is betrothed to Kareem Or do theyFirst Blue Streak of all this was a homework assignment from my girlfriend at the time She and my sister in law had both read it and it raised their ire I said I d give it a shot mostly because I knew it would force my brother to have to read it as wellTo put it bluntly the Saudi women go through some horrible shit Girls being drowned in a swimming pool for disgracing the family girls getting stoned to death raped by their muchlder husbands polygamy etc It s not the easy reading I m accustomed to and has raised my awareness The Asketikon of St Basil the Great of the plightf women in Middle Eastern countriesIt s a good read but not a light read and definitely not for the faint f heart I m not entirely sure how to review this book Books that hide the true identity f the person being written about leave themselves pen to claims f being a fake In fact a plagiarism suit was filed against Jean Sasson but was subseuently dismissed by the courtAnyway if the events in this book are true the lives Stanford Wong Flunks Big-Time of manyf the people in the book are horrendous It makes me sad to think Thoroughly Disarmed of these atrocities and all thether atrocities worldwide It seems humans will never learn to treat each ther with respect and kindness Sad3 Stars I liked the book First f all I do not believe that this work is a genuine autobiography f a Saudi princess It just doesn t make sense to not reveal the name for protecting
the identity f the author after giving such a detailed life story and identity The Angry Planet of the author after giving such a detailed life story and intimate details about her family structure andther stuff It is naive to assume that she would not be caught and put to death I guess maybe it could be the story Melody's Key of the maidf the Princess r something Nevertheless I found it to be a highly compelling read and I believe most f the cruel barbaric traditions and suffocating rules mentioned in this book are unfortunately true I had stayed in that terrible place for two years and during that period I was appalled by their religious extremism and zero tolerance to A Chance Acquaintance other religions But after reading this book I realize they notnly SPIT UPON OTHER RELIGIONS BUT ALSO upon ther religions but also their wn women like shit Some f the experiences mentioned are so heart wrenching I am amazed how a human being can treat another another human being in such absolute cruelty and be so merciless This book is definitely not an easy read but it would give you a pretty accurate insight about inner workings f Rank She must hide her identity for fear that the religious leaders in her country would call for her death to punish her honesty Only a woman in her position could possibly hope to escape from being revealed and punished despite her cloak and anonymity Sultana tells The Wallflower's Revenge of herwn life from her turbulent childhood to her arranged marriage a happy ne until her husband decided to displace her by taking a second wife and f the lives f her sisters her friends and her servants Although they share affection confidences and an easy camaraderie within the confines f the women's uarters they also share a history Leaving Mother Lake: A Girlhood at the Edge of the World of appallingppression. Every nce in a while "I Try To Read "try to something is deeper than my usual smutty romance selections This was ne f those books I listened to that is deeper than my usual smutty romance selections This was ne Introductory Algebra: Models Concepts Skills of those books I listened to Audible version and I could not pull myself away from the plightf Princess Sultana Al Sa ud and the Marriage After God: Chasing Boldly After God’s Purpose for Your Life Together other women from this story Her storyffered a poignant look at what life is like for women in Saudi Arabia Even the wealthiest and most privileged women are not spared the cruelty f the misogynistic and ppressive culture Women are treated as property to be wned and managed by men They are traded like cattle and punished for perceived infractions in cruel ways From birth girls are treated as second class citizens a disappointment to their family and inferior to all males This was highlighted by Read n the blogOkay I might be way too harsh with this review but that s The Gollywhopper Games: Friend or Foe only because I have never hated a book than thisne right here So here goes my rant This book is said to be about Sultana Not real name who is a Saudi Princess and even though she belongs to the royal family she is bound by strict rules that define that women are Parafilias (Spanish Edition) only used for sexual relief and to bear the children for their husbands And how they are enslaved by their fathers husbands and brothers Firstf all what kind It's Like This of a person who belongs to a familyf famous people would want such intimidate details The Mirage of her life story which is different thanthers bviously to be written by a foreign author and available for publish in abroad Secondly how is it possible that when such details were put in a book for everyone to read how did her family not find it ut The facts in the book are Rituels secrets des Templiers obvious enough for anyone to understand that it s fake Fact 1 She said that she wasn t allowed to go into the mo After reading this book and comments fromther readers i really feel like i need to say something regarding Islam and Muslims because I am a MuslimTo all people who read the book don t be mislead by what you read That is not the true picture f Islam What is portrayed in the story is f culture based not religion Islam particularly The way the men in the story treated their women is not what is taught in Islam I know because I am a Muslim living in a Muslim community In Islam women are respected In Saudi Arabia women are treated that way because that s their culture not because they are following the teaching A Mild Suicide of IslamIt is true that we Muslim women need to cover certain partsf Beethoven for a Later Age: The Journey of a String Quartet our body I do it and is not forced to do it I am not denied the right to educate myselfr to work I am an educated person working in professional field earning 4 figures monthly and i am married and me and my husband shares the same responsibility in marriage i am NOT denied to my right Born to Ride: A Story About Bicycle Face of doing what i want So the point is please don t generalise Muslims and Islam after reading this book I m the authorf this book It s great to see the ngoing discussions about women in Saudi Arabia I am delighted to reveal that under the current King Abduallah that Saudi women are seeing an improvement in life Although there is a long way to go there is great hope that change is coming Also I d like to let readers know that I am currently working with Princess Sultana and ne f my publishers n the 4th book n Princess Sultana It should be published fall 2014 More news to follow As a person who had spent some time in Saudi Arabia as an expatriate I can say that many elements f this book had indeed lived up to match some Porter Earns a Quarter (Four Basic Skills Series, Volume 2) of my experiences there However it should be noted with caution that this is a tale that spans many years back from the time when Saudi Arabia is slowlypening itself up to embrace the world and modernization The country that I came to live in and left a few years back was a stark contrast to the hear say and media portrayal Mayan, Incan, and Aztec Civilizations, Grades 5-8 of late In fact I was surprisedf how much improved things are in a rather conservative country Things have changed for sureIt should be noted that this was a tale being told from the perspective Tablettes Albertini Actes privés de l'époque vandale of a Princess and rewritten by the author Sasson has been noted as a female rights authorf sorts evident n her ther works that still linger Sexual Soulmates: The Six Essentials for Connected Sex (English Edition) on talef abusemanipulationoppression f women in mostly Middle East countries Ira Kuwait Afghanistan Thus. Sultana is a Saudi Arabian princess a woman born to fabulous uncountable wealth She has four mansions n three continents her Piazza, Student Edition: Introductory Italian own private jet glittering jewels designer dresses galore But in reality she lives in a gilded cage She has no freedom no controlver her Unbroken Circle: How to Take Your Family Through the End Time own life no value but as a bearerf sons Hidden behind her black floor length veil she is a prisoner jailed by her father her husband her sons and her countrySultana is a member f the Saudi royal family closely related to the king For the sake f her daughters she has decided to take the risk f speaking ut about the life f women in her country regardless f their. .
He Saudi society and about the wretched status Tajweed Rules for Qur'anic Recitation: A Beginner's Guide (Tajweed Rules, of their women Note Comments by Jean Sasson and Friederike Monika Adsanir their fake accounts will automatically be deletedI am an American who has an interest in both Muslims and Arab countries I got this book for Christmas It is a very gripping story a real page turner However while reading through it I couldn t help noticing that the way the book was written just seemedoff It read like a novel the way the chapters were structured the horrifying crimes committed by the males in the story I m not saying horrible things aren t done I just find it hard to believe that EVERY male in Saudi Arabia is basically a heartless idiot like they are portrayed in this book and the protagonist s unavoidably American Feminist view f the things happening in her countryI did some research and discovered that apparently the author was sued for plagiarism although in the interests f being fair she did win and this book has been accused The Reformation (World History Series) of basically being a novel claiming to be the truth I would have to say I agree with that assessment It read like a novel The coversf this book and ther books by the same author all have that fiction sensational novel type f cover The titles sound like novel titles The blurbs written for this and the Ask Me Nicely: Dark Urges Book One other books in the trilogy read like blurbs for fictional novelsIf you compare it tother books written Date With A Dead Doctor on the hardships women in the Arab world have faced you can immediately tell a difference in both the writing they do not read like entertaining sensational novels they read like true storiesf hardship and just the covers and blurbs for them Signs in the Heavens: A Jewish Messianic Perspective of the Last Days Coming Millennium other books don t have fiction book covers and the blurbs don t read like the blurbs for novels I had no knowledgef the controversy surrounding this book before I read it but after I was done I had enough doubts about its authenticity to research its back story That should tell you somethingIt s painfully Daddy Lost Me At Poker (Eroticulture) (English Edition) obvious in reading through this book that it is fiction If you are curious and wish to read this novel for yourself I recommend just getting it from your library so you in no way financially support someone who advertises fiction under the guisef truth I have checked Orb: A Tale of Alien Pregnancy out herther books and it seems the author is simply attempting to profit from Witchopoly our curiosity aboutther cultures and peoples and basically slandering them in her writing Even worse she fills Dear Chandler, Dear Scarlett: A Grandfather's Thoughts on Faith, Family, and the Things That Matter Most our heads with untrue stereotypes that people from these countries have to confront when they are inur country InexcusableIf you truly want to know about the hardships women face in Asesinato en una Lavandería China (Fondo Editorial Tierra Adentro other countries there are plentyf true biographies written by the women who have survivedIn the Land f Invisible Women A Female Doctor s Journey in the Saudi Kingdom Saudi ArabiaDear Zari The Secret Lives f the Women f Afghanistan AfghanistanThe Favored Daughter One Woman s Fight to Lead Afghanistan into the Future AfghanistanThe Girl with Three Legs A Memoir SomaliaI Am Nujood Age 10 and Divorced YemenInside The Kingdom My Life In Saudi Arabia Saudi ArabiaI would recommend those ver anything written by this author any day I would be the master Beyond Time Travel - Exploring Our Parallel Worlds: Amazing Real Life Stories in the News (Time Travel Books Book 1) of my life no matter what actions I would have to taker pain I would have to endure Jean Sasson Princess A True Story Boarding House of Hunks of Life Behind the Veil in Saudi ArabiaThis was a very very tough read But the writing is strong and rather magnificent I found the book To beutstandingAnd if you have not read it do not be deceived by the absolutely gorgeous cover The story f princess Sultana is harrowingReading Sultana s story was painful But it really gave me a window into what women are treated like in some countries It is a tough book to read And it really shows the differences in cultures One reads this book with growing horror and dread It is very frighteningWhat also does come through is Sultana s strength and determination As difficult as the subject is it is an important book and ne that I can say with 100 percent certainty I am glad one that I can say with 100 percent certainty I am glad readI think this would make an excellent book club selection There s definitely a lot to think about and to talk about and to ponder Though her story is hard to read I so applaud her for telling it as I will never forget this book. Everyday Bec (The Demonata, occurrences that in anyther culture would be seen as shocking human rights violations; thirteen year The Further Mishaps of Charlie Chumpkins old girls forced to marry men five times their age young women killed by drowning stoningr isolation in the women's room a padded windowless cell where women are confined with neither light nor conversation until death claims themBy speaking ut Sultana risks bringing the wrath f the Saudi establishment upon her head and the heads f her children But by telling her story to Jean Sasson Sultana has allowed us to see beyond the veils f this secret society to the heart f a nation where sex money and power reign supre. ,