By Jean Sasson
Through advances in schooling and with entry to paintings, Saudi ladies are breaking via boundaries; they're turning into medical professionals, social staff, company vendors. significant steps ahead were made. yet this isn't the complete tale. unfortunately, regardless of alterations within the legislation, girls are nonetheless subjected to poor suppression, abuse and crimes of mental and actual violence. for lots of, the fight for easy human rights continues.
PRINCESS, extra TEARS TO CRY unearths the intimate struggles of Saudi ladies inside of one of many richest, so much conservative kingdoms on this planet. those are tales of triumph and heartbreak among the top- and lowest-born. Princess Sultana speaks frankly approximately her strong-willed daughters, her cherished husband and the contentious Al-Saud kinfolk whose day-by-day battles approximately what it ability to be a lady in Saudi Arabia reflect these of the society at huge. PRINCESS, extra TEARS TO CRY is an unforgettable trip into the hearts and minds of Saudi girls, and may be eternally etched into the reminiscence of readers.
PRAISE FOR the recent YORK occasions BESTSELLER PRINCESS:
"Absolutely riveting and profoundly sad..." —People journal
"A chilling story...a shiny account of an air-conditioned nightmare..." —Entertainment Weekly
"Must-reading for somebody drawn to human rights." —USA this present day
"Shocking...candid...sad, sobering, and compassionate..." —San Francisco Chronicle
"The startling fact at the back of veiled lives...frank and bright" —Sunday Express
"Anyone with the slightest curiosity in human rights will locate this publication heart-wrenching." —Betty Mahmoody, bestselling writer of no longer with out My Daughter
"Both attention-grabbing and depressing..." —Daily Mail
"....her story of decadent opulence turns into a political rallying cry that she hopes will unfold the notice and encourage many "Sultana's Circles" to relieve the plight of girls in every single place, one lady at a time." —Publishers Weekly for Princess Sultana's Circle
"In this continuously gripping paintings, a Literary Guild trade choice in fabric, the American-born Sasson recounts the existence tale of a Saudi princess she met whereas residing in Saudi Arabia, providing a glimpse of the appalling stipulations persisted by way of even privileged ladies within the center East."—Publisher's Weekly for Princess
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