Kristin Little's Reviews > Saved by Her Enemy: An Iraqi woman's journey from the heart of war to the heartland of America

Saved by Her Enemy by Don Teague
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Jul 01, 2011

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Pretty good. Rafraf's back story was told well and her time in Iraq was well-chronicled. I was disappointed that there wasn't more on here story after coming the U.S. The book was also a little vague on why it was so crucial that she get to the U.S. It's strongest point, however (at least in my opinion) was on highlighting the cultural differences between Saddam's Iraq and the U.S. Seeing Rafraf's eyes open when she is introduced to the internet and drive-thrus was really interesting. A good read for anyone fascinated by other cultures.

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