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Princess: Secrets to Share by Jean Sasson

Ketika mulai masa haid pertama mulailah diterapkan berbagai aturan yang ketat, cara berpakainpun berubah yakni harus mengenakan abaya baju longgar hitam yang menutupi seluruh tubuh dan muka ditutupi cadar,untuk bersekolah dipersulit, tidak boleh bepergian sendiri apalagi menyetir princeea sendiri. Jean Sasson captures the flavour and reality of life in a country of extremes and contradictions.

The Convention criminalises the following behaviour: I have never truly appreciated where I live in a Western Society until reading this book. Begitupun para istri tidak bisa bebas bergerak, sumber berita hanya diperoleh dari para suami.

A corrupt government and a fabulously wealthy royal family living lives of unbelievably luxury? It was coincidental, but quite fitting, that I would finish livor a book concerned with equality, on a day that celebrates women. Paperbackpages. Firstly, her daughter Maha could not continue her ground work in the refugee camps, and Princess Sultana couldn’t do much to convince her husband to let their daughter do what she enjoyed doing.

Princess: Secrets to Share

If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? It will also appeal to new audiences who are eager to learn more about not only how the Saudi Royal family live, but how the courageous and determined fight for equal rights for women continues in the Middle East. I am sure as those teenage boys had no access to such witnesses considering the girl was completely innocent, her death was not a punishment but instead would be deemed as murder.


The atrocious acts committed against women are difficult to read about at some points. So maybe some of the hanging questions are explored in This pictures portrays the life of a Saudi Princess. Nov 20, Valerie Chew rated it liked it Shelves: Being able to drive is a wonderful thing. Readers who want a very different and more nuanced look at life growing up in a harem should check out Dreams of Trespass Tales of a Harem Girlhood by Morocan feminist Fatima Mernissi.

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Sultana by Jean Sasson (3 star ratings)

This pictures portrays the life of a Saudi Princess. The writing is plain, simple,elementary, but I was willing to overlook this in the vain hope that at some point in the story there would be depth. Thanks for any advice. This princess is heroic in that she is outspoken, yet complacent as she has always lived such an opulent life.

First of all let me start by saying this book is not for the faint of heart, it involves a lot of heart wrenchinggut tearing real life happenings that will make the strongest of strong brake down in tears. So coming online I saw there are more books to read.



However, despite the 3 star rating, I’d still want to find the first trilogy preceding this book. The Princess Trilogy 4 books.

The veil that guards the women of the Saudi Arabia also hides behind it years of cruelty and injustice. This book is just awful. That, mixed in with conversations she has and very awkward letters she receives, makes this book very unsatisfying. I read some reviews about this book and there were some people saying that the story isn’t true. Even lvro discussions are appointed it seems.

Hypocrisy should not rule any land which runs under the banner of the great religion of Islam and sadly that is all it does!!! The heroine is rich beyond most readers’ wildest dreams yet remains sour and discontented. What was originally meant to show honor and reverance to women has been construed into a barless prison for them.

Loved it, as I have loved reading all of the other “Princess” books. I listened to this book on tape during a 14 hour car ride with my mother, father, and brother. Then she tries walking around and trips over a lady and her children because she can’t sultanw them.

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