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Rooftops of Tehran by Mahbod Seraji
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May 24, 09

Read in May, 2009

From the beginning, the writing style intrigued me. The educated and thoughtful mind of a philosopher muddled with the unavoidable conflicts of being in love as a teenager. Even previously knowing next to nothing of the culture, the story pulled me in, ensnaring me in a tale of love, friendship, death, tyranny, culture, and That. Pasha and the members of his alley spend their time loving, laughing, crying, rebelling, and mourning, which the reader experiences with them. As I read, this book quickly sped its way up to the top of my list, making me reconsider my priorities and examine my thoughts, beliefs, and presumptions, as so very few books can. I thank Mr. Seraji for his masterpiece, and look forward to recommending Rooftops to everyone I know. I can't wait for more novels by this talented author, whom I will keep an eye on for future works of heart.
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