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Veil of Roses by Laura Fitzgerald
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Jan 08, 2011

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bookshelves: culture-clash, lit-and-fiction, rabck-ed

This book was a very quick and fun read, but had quite a few thought-provoking and culturally sensitive parts to it - which knocks it right off the purely chick-lit shelf. It's the story of a young Iranian woman, Tamila, who has the opportunity to leave Iran to come and live with her sister in Arizona, hopefully to find a husband and stay in the United States. Tamila's experience with this country is a bit lightweight, but very very enlightening in her constant constrast to what her life was in Iran.

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