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الحفيدة الأميركية doc Õ PaperbackRead ↠ Inaam Kachachi إنعام كجه جي is an Irai journalist and author.

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  • Iqbal Al-Zirqi

    الحفيدة الأميركية doc Õ PaperbackRead ↠ Inaam Kachachi الحفيدة الأميركيةThis novel made me discover an amazing female author from Ira Again Ira is keeping surprising us with the talented people they have The story is very attractive about the American Irai Christian Zainah travelling back to her country after American invasion a


  • DubaiReader

    الحفيدة الأميركية doc Õ PaperbackRead ↠ Inaam Kachachi الحفيدة الأميركيةAn interesting discussionThis was a book group choice for my Kutub book group a group that discusses books available in both Arabic and English Although the majority had read this book in English translation there was a distinct difference in the perception of the book between the two cultural backgroundsZeina is a young woman of Irai parents who left her country of birth at the age of twelve to make a new home in America Her father had been a radio presenter and the regime had taken him in for uestioning and beaten him up Her mother never really recovered from l


  • رولا البلبيسي Rula Bilbeisi

    الحفيدة الأميركية doc Õ PaperbackRead ↠ Inaam Kachachi الحفيدة الأميركيةOne tragedy drove her away another tragedy took her back but the uestion remains where does she belonghere or thereto that vague nostalgic past or this secure present? When Zeina came back to Ira as an interpreter for the US Army she really believed in the noble cause of this war bringing freedom to her people the Irais Freedom


  • Stacia

    الحفيدة الأميركية doc Õ PaperbackRead ↠ Inaam Kachachi الحفيدة الأميركيةThis is not your typical war book It is not the book you expect Lots of food for thought though strangely vague at times too It has an interesting narrative style too which some might like or some might hate Sometimes it's as if the writer persona of the main character steps outside of herself to comment because she herself is editing or changing the story or perspective No easy answers here


  • تموز

    الحفيدة الأميركية doc Õ PaperbackRead ↠ Inaam Kachachi الحفيدة الأميركيةNice Entry level into post 2003 Ira events It would of been a better book if it was shorter and tighterCould not connect to some of the secondary charactersThe characters and the setting are there but the plot needs friction to move forward At the end you ask yourself do i really care? probably not 35


  • Moushine Zahr

    الحفيدة الأميركية doc Õ PaperbackRead ↠ Inaam Kachachi الحفيدة الأميركيةThis is the first novel I've read from author Inaam Kachachi I was first curious to read a novel set in Irak during the second Irak warInvasion written by a person who's been there during the War However I was a bit disappointed because even if the leading character was there during the War I felt a sense of distance between the leading character and the War for several reasons First of all the leading character's job was


  • Sarah

    الحفيدة الأميركية doc Õ PaperbackRead ↠ Inaam Kachachi الحفيدة الأميركيةThat thing where you want to be your own person in the future but you can't stop thinking about your family and your pastI'm sorry it's been too long since I finished it to have anything useful to say but as a picture of the Ira War from someone straddling the two worlds I enjoyed it very much


  • Nahla Hanno

    الحفيدة الأميركية doc Õ PaperbackRead ↠ Inaam Kachachi الحفيدة الأميركيةthe late Noha Radi's Baghdad Diaries educated me on what the embargo was doing to the Irai people Riverbend's amazing blog and book Baghdad Burning was pivotal in exposing the true face of the invasion The American Granddaughter novel by Irai Inaam Kachachi completes the picture and is extremely valuable in highlighting the history the dreams and the lives of important sectors of the Irai people that is the Assyrians the Chaldeans and the ShiitesThe novel is also uniue in showing the American invasion of Ira from the point of view of an Irai American returning to her homeland as an interpreter working for the invading forces It's true that she took the job for the money but she went there convinced that she was helping rebuild her homeland If Zaina was successful at least for a while in deceiving herself about the truth of her mission and that being a part of the invading army coul


  • Noof Assi

    الحفيدة الأميركية doc Õ PaperbackRead ↠ Inaam Kachachi الحفيدة الأميركيةthe most amazing book I ever read its on of those books who you cant let it go from your hands until you finish it


  • Mona Kareem

    الحفيدة الأميركية doc Õ PaperbackRead ↠ Inaam Kachachi الحفيدة الأميركيةInteresting plot terrible piece of literature with stereotypical representations