Sarah #2020

Sarah By Yarro Rai Sarah Hope is how this book can be defined Afghanistan is in the post Taliban era where society is recovering young Sarah is exposed to television for the first time And for the first time the glimpse of w
  • Title: Sarah
  • Author: Yarro Rai
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  • Page: 108
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sarah By Yarro Rai Hope is how this book can be defined Afghanistan is in the post Taliban era where society is recovering young Sarah is exposed to television for the first time And for the first time, the glimpse of western women, a bad ass heroine who rides a bike and kicks asses The totally contrasting image of a woman from her society consumes Sarah until she becomes obsessed HatchiHope is how this book can be defined Afghanistan is in the post Taliban era where society is recovering young Sarah is exposed to television for the first time And for the first time, the glimpse of western women, a bad ass heroine who rides a bike and kicks asses The totally contrasting image of a woman from her society consumes Sarah until she becomes obsessed Hatching a plan with her best Friend Shakip, she dreams of eloping from her hometown and going to Hollywood to become the same But the ground reality is opposite the practice of Bacha posh small girls living like a boy to hide their identity and the early marriage system of girls in their teenage Sparks anger in the heart of Sarah she finds solace in the shadow of first female warlord commander pigeon The journey from a naive hopeful girl to a fighter soon the line between reel life and real life gets blurred and the never dying hope and rebellious nature oh her becomes her hamartia leading her to tragic ends.
    Sarah By Yarro Rai
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    1. Yarro Rai

      Yarro Rai Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Sarah book, this is one of the most wanted Yarro Rai author readers around the world.

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    1. Like a soul of a gypsy woman in the body of a ten year old girl Indian author Yarro rai was born in India, bred in a village with mixed race and color As he states, he barely escaped the family tradition of joining the Army, preferring prose and poetry than guns and bullets He has first hand experience of raw India and the struggle of a lower middle class His struggle continues growing up with a spark of imagination was hard, where society still favors the traditional job seeking process, and b [...]


    2. Set against the backdrop of post Taliban Afghanistan, Sarah is the first book in the Rare Girl series byYarro Rai It follows the life of the titular character from childhood to adolescence, as told through the eyes of Shakip her best friend, and the boy who loves her.As a narrator Shakip is immediately likeable There is a charm to his storytelling throughout the entire story, despite his questionable actions toward the end of the novel, and the childlike awe he feels for Sarah at age 10 never re [...]


    3. Sarah is a truly inspiring and unique novel The story is centered entirely around the heroine Sarah, however it is told through her childhood friend Shakip who is both the hero and the villain of the story Sarah as a young rebel filled with dreams had always fascinated Shakip Shakip was a conservative weakling who found inspiration in Sarah s face even to engage in wicked deeds However, his love for Sarah is true He tries to follow the motto that everything is fair in love and war and this prove [...]


    4. In a way, this story reminded me a bit of Persepolis, because of the main character s love of western culture that clashes with her own culture and rearing At times, reading this book feels like a prison because the main character is restrained in such a way, even if she doesn t hide her love of Hollywood from the other villagers It is great to see a hero born out of such a situation though, as the character grows up to be a very inspiring woman I feel this book represents so many women that may [...]


    5. Sarah is narrated by the boy who grew up loving her, and her crazy ways, Shakip He introduces her to the Western world through his tiny TV set Sarah s wild imagination takes over, and the others in this third world village often think she is possessed by a devil.I find this novel humorous in a sad, raw sort of way Sarah s simple understanding of the Western world allows her to see the horrors of the traditions she had been born into She has resolved to never become like her friend who was forced [...]


    6. This novel was very engaging, the writing style was so descriptive and absorbing I NEEDED to find out what was going to happen I think that s what a good writer does makes you feel so deeply for the characters that it will just keep you turning pages until you have devoured the entire book I know I did A recommended read



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