Girls of Riyadh by Rajaa Alsanea


Girls of Riyadh is filled with characters readers will love, hate, celebrate, and condemn – sometimes at the same time.  In this delightful story about the adventures four Saudi Arabian girls searching for their places in society, Alsanea proves that despite perceived differences, people around the world have more in common that often acknowledged.  It’s easy to identify with the Girls of Riyadh and their struggles to find love and create their own lives in this engaging story manages to be serious and fun at the same time.

Note: The book on Amazon appears to be a later version than the one I have.

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