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Naser is a young African immigrant who works the carwash in downtown Jeddah The long hot summer has. This is a love story set around the middle east had read Finding Noufa couple of months ago and found it a much better read The Conseuences of Love A Novel is a slow book to get into and a little depressing although it is a good insight into the Saudi culture Not one of my favourite books and was glad to finish it

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The Conseuences of LoveOutside his flat dreaming of Egyptian actresses and keeping out of the way of the religious police. Ummmmdisturbing oppressive hypocritical sick Wondering how much truth there is to the story and the acts that take place in it I know so little about our Saudi allies and their seemingly oppressive culture but if there is even a glimmer of truth to this It's sad and disgustingwhat a rotten interpretation of the Koran Just to clarify I'm not talking about the writer or the writing itself just what takes place in the story

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review The Conseuences of Love Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Î ☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ The Conseuences of Love By Sulaiman Addonia ✩ – Gwairsoft.co.uk Naser is a young African immigrant who works the carwash in downtown Jeddah The long hot summer has arrived and his friends have left the city Naser spends his time ofArrived and his friends have left the city Naser spends his time off sitting beneath the palm tree. I wanted to like this book I was looking forward to reading a story about an Eritrean man's time in Saudi Arabia given that the author is an Eritrean man who lived in Saudi Arabia The story had promise and I enjoyed certain aspects of it but overall I found it rather disappointing I read it uickly so I could finish it and move on to something elseThe writing itself was average I don't know if that's due in part to the translation or just the fact that this was Addonia's first novel but it definitely felt like a first novel I say that as someone who admires the work that goes into writing a novel and who has never done it personally It takes a lot of dedication and passion and hard work to write a first novel and I think Addonia should continue writing and improving The language was at times trite with a harleuin romance novel feel to it and I thought the ending was rather predictable It did manage to make me feel angry at parts and I appreciated that it discussed religious oppression sexual abuse and immigrant rights in Saudi Arabia I had never considered how immigrants might be treated in that country so that part was illuminating But at the end of the day I think it fell flat It was an entertaining story that no doubt other people will enjoy reading but it wasn't much than that