Thursday, July 19, 2012
This was a very idealist book about a young Iranian woman that is sent to America to find a husband so she doesn't have to return home. I would admit that some of my perceptions are coloured because of the many student stories I have heard over the years, so I found this book to be too superficial in many ways. Things happened so quickly, and as I said, so idealistically... I found it wasn't that satisfying because it truly wasn't that deep of a novel. Perhaps right now I am in need of some literary fibre. Any suggestions?
Overall this is a decent read, it is quick, and decently written... but for me, not that satisfying. Compare this book to something like the Prisoner of Tehran and for me there is no comparison. If you are looking for a quick, sweet story with a happy ending, this is a good choice.