For the Love of a Son: One Afghan Woman's Quest for Her Stolen Child - Paperback
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|About the Author||Jean Sasson grew up in a small town in America's deep south before moving to the Middle East in 1978 to work at a prestigious royal hospital in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In 1985, she met Princess Sultana, who inspired the widely acclaimed Princess Trilogy. Jean later worked as freelance writer in Lebanon and Kuwait, conducting interviews with Kuwaitis who survived the first Gulf war, as well as high ranking Kuwaiti officials before, during and after the War. Her affection for the Middle East has been the motivation for a number of her books and Jean has spent her career sharing the personal stories of many courageous women. Princess More Tears to Cry is Jean's 12th book and the fourth in the Princess series.|
|Author 1||Jean P. Sasson|
|Book Description||From the time she was a little girl, maryam rebelled against the terrible second-class existence that was her destiny as an afghan woman she had witnessed the miserable fate of her grandmother and three aunts, and wished she had been born a boy as a feisty teenager in kabul, she was outraged when the russians invaded her country after she made a public show of defiance, she had to flee the country for her life a new life of freedom seemed within her grasp,but her father arranged a traditional marriage to a fellow afghan, who turned out to be a violent man beaten, raped and abused, maryam found joy in the birth of a baby son but then her brutal husband stole him away far beyond his mothers reach for many long years she searched for her lost son, while civil war and taliban oppression raged back home in afghanistan set against a landscape littered with tragic tales of horrific suffering, jean sasson, author of princess, chronicles the story of one resolute but tormented woman determined to achieve freedom and equality with men|
|Number of Pages||464|