Rabu, 05 Januari 2011

The Little Coffee Shop in Kabul

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Little Coffee Shop Kabul ebook

This story about a little coffee shop and it's people in a city in modern day Afghanistan gave me a personal look at what it would mean to live in a place such as this. Imagine living in a place where on a daily basis a bomb may go off and you may loose a friend or family member. Where business owners face problems such as bombs going off near them, then loosing power, then trying to work out ways to protect their property. On top of all that there are the social issues, the strict religious beliefs and the seemingly powerless situation that women are in. The Fantastic part about all of this, is that this little coffee shop and all the people in it have their own stories and as each one unfolds, each character shows such strengths, imaginations and character. I loved it.

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9 komentar:

  1. Couldn't put this one down...enjoyed it because it gave some insight into Afghanistan and the war which seems to go on forever there. How woman are absolutely 2nd class citizens ..This did have a happy ending tho...which I liked!

    BalasHapus
  2. An amazing insite from a forigners point of view living and working in Kabul. She makes me feel very humble of what we take for granted in our everyday life, and yet the customs that seem so strange to us keep the Afgans so proud.

    BalasHapus
  3. Keith Benjamin22 Oktober 2011 04.32

    This book will truly touch your heart. It is so well written that you don't want to put it down. I have read other books by Deborah Rodriguez and she truly is an amazing writer. My only complaint is that I can't get enough of her stories and she needs to write another book (or 5).

    BalasHapus
  4. I loved this book from the first page and I loved reading about the lives of people in other countries
    and this was a fabulous book!!!!

    BalasHapus
  5. Wallace Guthrie22 November 2011 11.32

    This was engaging from the very first page. The characters immediately came to life with the reader developing an empathy for these amazing women and their life in Kabul. Initially unsure about reading a book set in Afganistan, this was surprisingly insightful with a great balance between fact and fiction. A book of hope, friendship and love in a most unlikely setting. Highly recommended for those seeking something a little different

    BalasHapus
  6. Loved the different female personalities and how they related to each other and just got on with life. Absolutely loved it and got so involved, wish there was another novel telling what happened to them all next

    BalasHapus
  7. Love triumphs over adversity and humanity over doctrine. Great description of characters and environment. The fact it was written by someone with local experience enhances it credibility

    BalasHapus
  8. This story about a little coffee shop and it's people in a city in modern day Afghanistan gave me a personal look at what it would mean to live in a place such as this. Imagine living in a place where on a daily basis a bomb may go off and you may loose a friend or family member. Where business owners face problems such as bombs going off near them, then loosing power, then trying to work out ways to protect their property. On top of all that there are the social issues, the strict religious beliefs and the seemingly powerless situation that women are in. The Fantastic part about all of this, is that this little coffee shop and all the people in it have their own stories and as each one unfolds, each character shows such strengths, imaginations and character. I loved it.

    BalasHapus