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At least the European nations who enjoyed fabulous wealth in the era of colonization patronized the arts and we have cathedrals and paintings to show for it. Riyadh, Jeddah, Thaif dan Spanyol, semua istana itu persis sama bentuk, warna maupun isinya, semua sesuai selera sang suami.

For example, we follow the work of Dr Meena, the young woman who helps abused women to heal and to fight for their rights, the abandoned mother of twin daughters who was rescued by the Princess and who now lives and works in safety and peace with her family; and we hear from other innocent victims — women from Pakistan, Syria and Northern Lebanon — who suffer the terrible consequences of the ongoing war in the region.

It’s not the easy reading I’m accustomed to and has raised my awareness of the plight of women in Middle Eastern countries.

Then, because of the system, not even one from their royal background could do anything to free the Badawi guy.

Princess: Secrets to Share by Jean Sasson

It just doesn’t make sense to not reveal the name for ‘protecting the identity of the author’ after giving such a detailed life story and other intimate details about her family structure and other stuff.

I siltana completely shocked, but then I asked an expert in these matters and saw, myself, the verse and its explanation. However, despite the 3 star rating, I’d still want to find the first trilogy preceding this book.

Although it would have probably been best to start from the beginning, I was still ab I finished reading this book on 9 August – Women’s Day. Princess ‘Sultana’, a real Saudi princess closely related to the King, lives those contradictions, with priceless jewels, many servants, unlimited funds at her disposal, but no freedom.


After dressing, I would join Kareem for a late lunch. The story was a bit all over the place.

Princess: Secrets to Share

This book gives you a VERY rare insight into the unimagineable wealth of the oil countries. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Instead of accepting things as they are Sultana fights her husband at many occasions. First of all, this was a homework assignment from my girlfriend at the time. Aug 08, Maria Sheehan rated it liked it.

For some reason I could not put this book down.

It is one big humble brag-or princrsa be if Sultana actually existed and sultanx made up by Jean Sasson pretending to write non-fiction. What was originally meant to show honor and reverance to women has been construed into a barless prison for them. Forgiveness is admired in the religion of Islam yet its followers seem to stubbornly unforgiving it is a shock that they seem to have even a modicum of understanding of their faith, apart from the harsher to harshest punishments that they can execute on those below them in ranks and power.


Instead, religion is used when convenient as a tool to justify patriarchy. None of the characters grow sultaa evolve in this book, so if you don’t already know th I received a free copy of this e-book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

A prisoner in a gilded cage with no vote, no control, no value, but as a mother of sons, she is sultanz at the mercy if the men in her life The writer or the princess.

Personagem de um relato veridico e comovente que teve inicio em odis outros livros, Princesa e As filhas da princesa, Sultana retoma nesta obra o depoimento sincero e doloroso sobre sua longa convivencia com a impiedade. Incredible misogyny intersects with incredible wealth in this book. The book was an instant best-seller, reaching 2 on the New York ,ivro bestseller list.

The bright colors she saw on her way into the shop are all grayed and dull. To ask other readers questions about Princessplease sign up. Around the Year i Started this book with high hopes. Then the women are married off to men who only see them as their personal property to do what they wish with them. A land which is the home of the religion of justice breeds so much injustice, it is unfathomable. I am not so quick to condemn them all because of the acts of a few.


It’s like an update on the movement, happenings in the country. How stupid is that! Although some content is very disturbing, it is written factually and with dignity. There was some hope the book would continue on with the daughters’ work in refuge camps and with acid victims, but even this was left hanging with little resolution.

Is the author being honest about it all happening to one princess? This book is definitely not an easy read but it would give you a pretty accurate insight about inner workings of the Saudi society and about the wretched status of their women.

Also I’m not religious or really truly oppressed. The reality for most women there is so much worse. Product details Paperback Publisher: Registering 1, tonsthe steamer normally carried a crew of Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.

To see what your friends thought wultana this book, please sign up. However, even if one was to ponder over the matter, countless accounts throughout the lives of the Prophet and early converts shows that kindness and compassion was preached in their treatment instead of cruelty and violence.

This was the first in the Princess series that I have read. Although it would have probably been best to start from the beginning, I was still able to understand and appreciate the narrative. It was a very strange experience to read this book. A corrupt government and a fabulously wealthy royal family living prijcesa of unbelievably luxury? They select some veils, she puts them on in the cool, dark shop and then steps outside. The juxtaposition livgo these humorous escapades with the reality of Saudi patriarchy is jarring.