The Iranian-American novelist's quick, steady pace creates an adventurous narration as she asks pivotal questions about what it means to be a refugee. Nayeri also explores what it means to call a place home. Her words and tone are filled with contrasting levels of discomfort and youthfulness that underscore the trauma of the experiences she describes and their long-term effect on her. Without question, the emotion in her voice shapes her natural storytelling ability. Nayeri interweaves her own experiences and the stories of other refugees of varying ages. She decisively writes about a community of people, dispelling myths and stereotypes as well as offering awareness and personal truths not often shared publicly. T.E.C. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine [Published: SEPTEMBER 2019]
Trade Ed. Dreamscape 2019
DD ISBN 9781974981793 $34.99
Library Ed. Dreamscape 2019
DD ISBN 9781974981755 $49.99
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