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Desert Royal [Reading] ➰ Desert Royal ➸ Jean Sasson – Thomashillier.co.uk Recette de Dessert royal la crme Chantilly par cuisinette La meilleure recette de Dessert royal la crme Chantilly L'essayer c'est l'adopter votes Commentaires Ingrdients tranches de brioche au beurre Recette de Dessert royal la crme Chantilly par cuisinette La meilleure recette de Dessert royal la crme Chantilly L'essayer c'est l'adopter votes Commentaires Ingrdients tranches de brioche au beurre oreillons de Antoineonlinecom Desert Royal In Desert Royal she continues her story at a period of crisis in her own life and that of her family The forced marriage of her niece to a cruel and depraved older man and her discovery of the harem of sex slaves kept by a cousin makes her deterrmined than ever to fight the oppression of women in Saudi Arabia Princess Sultana's cause is given an extra sense of urgency against the Desert Royal Mobile Park Carte Arizona Mapcarta Desert Royal Mobile Park Arizona Desert Royal Mobile Park sur le site Mapcarta la carte libre Desert Royal Princess Princess Series Buy Desert Royal Princess Princess Series New Ed by Sasson Jean ISBN from 's Book Store Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders Desert Royal by Jean Sasson Penguin books And now in Desert Royal Sultana's fight for women's rights in a repressive fundamentalist Islamic society has an extra sense of urgency The threat of world terrorism the gathering strength of religious leaders and the discontent of impoverished Saudis are threatening to topple the comfortable world Sultana has known But an extended family 'camping' trip in the desert brings Sultana and Desert Royal books n Bobs Buy Desert Royal Online Now Products search MENU MENU Desert Royal Princess My Booktopia Desert Royal Princess ; 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  1. Suha Suha says:

    SPOILER ALERTMy first Jean Sassoon book and willingly it will be the lastA so called true capturing of the life of Sultana a Saudi princess Sultana tells the story of her disgust with the backwardness of Saudi men their mistreatment of women how women in Saudi Arabia are controlled by their male family members and how sexual slavery in Saudi Arabia is not uncommon especially among the royal family Although Princess Sultana herself had not been in such a position since her husband Kareem is one of the very few men in the book who are not accused of abusing and assaulting women Sultana begins by telling the story of her niece a princess too who had been forced into marrying a much older man So far the book is agreeable but when she uncovers the story of a couple of her own sisters being abused a friend a group of 20 girls or held in a royal prince palace as sex slaves the story of an Afghan maid another Pakistani maidetcThe list becomes too long you start doubting the credibility of the author Sassoon and the princess together Yes they probably didn't make up stories but the book is stuffed with so many examples and memories of abuse stories that are told one after another in a manner similar to a list being read out rather than a story being toldSassoon and Sultana together didn't waste a chance to emphasize on the unimaginable wealth in which the Saudi royal family is indulgedNor did they waste a chance to blame Islam for all the retrograde life described in Saudi and the Middle EastThe overall image does not differ than that depicted in Disney's Aladdin big bearded wealthy savage men ruling the desert women veiled and functioning as nothing than sex machinesThe book portrays Sultana as the exception to the rule she's the so called open minded princess who enjoys taking off her veil whenever she can drinks alcohol shops at New York's fanciest stores weeps heavily on the scene of 911 just anything that will make a western reader accept her and praise her open minded thinking A uite lame imageFor meneither the author nor the princess gained my respectMy view on the Saudi community is uite the same I've never been fond of the Saudi Royal family so this didn't exactly come as a major shockOverallyou'll hate every part of the book especially the fake truthfulness it was intended to sound like

  2. Sarah Sarah says:

    This is a tale of men with great wealth and power whose morals have lowered to such an extent that they seek their pleasure at the expense of others This is a tale of woman who despite having the means to obtain almost anything they desire at any cost cannot gain their ultimate desire Freedom This is a tale of oppression in which women have no right to map out their own futures but instead are married off as young girls to men twice their age and are treated with the utmost brutality This novel unveils the ugly truths hidden beneath masks of greatness wealth and power This is realityThis book is the third book in the Daughters of Arabia series the first being the internationally acclaimed book Princess which provided a shocking expose on the lives of Saudi royalty by narrating the true life account of Princess Sultana Al Sa’ud as a young girl born into a life of wealth and privilege as a member of the Al Sa’ud royal family In this book we are taken through Sultana’s life as a married woman with two daughters Maha and Amani and a husband she has grown to love a rare occurrence in Saudi marriages since women are often forced to wed men who do not suit their tastes In this book Sultana speaks of her despair and disillusionment in the face of helplessness when attempting to fight for the cause of Saudi women After witnessing the marriage of her niece Munira to an evil and heartless older man Sultana turns to alcohol in an attempt to drown her sorrow She speaks of the many Saudi women within the royal family who abuse drugs to avoid facing the pitiful reality of their lives We learn that men have privileges than women and that it is not unusual for Saudi men to be unfaithful to their wives We come across a cousin of Sultana’s who maintains a private harem of young girls ranging from eight years of age and we read of the brutal treatment inflicted on women and the injustices practiced in the name of religion when in fact most of these practices go against the teachings of IslamThis book moved me to the depths of sorrow and the heights of fury It was nevertheless interesting informative and provided valuable insight into the lives of one of the richest families in the world This book proves that wealth cannot provide happiness and after reading it I am grateful for the fact that I live in a country that acknowledges women’s’ rights I would not trade freedom for all the wealth the world has to offer I would recommend this book to those who are able to read a book filled with tales of injustice and brutality without tearing it to shreds in a burst of fury This book rates 810

  3. Ruwanthi Ruwanthi says:

    Forget how annoying it feels to read about a rich woman with privileges complaining about her problems and her helplessness when she has no discipline over herselfor seem to exert any intelligent behaviour towards the oppressed with the resources she seems to boast aboutthe stories are disconnected bland and imposed to convince that there are so many sufferring coz nobody is taking an action But they do not actually stimulate any sympathy or empathy towards these womenI'd have given atleast one star if the writing style could make me feel the pain

  4. Kara Kara says:

    Woohoo I finally made time away from the kids to read a book and I loved it What I enjoyed about this book is it was TRUE based on the life of PRincess Sultana of Saudi Arabia This book allowed me to learn about other cultures and how women are treated within I was also able to learn about the royal family of Saudi Arabia and the crazy life of extreme wealth they live yet with all the material wealth they possess women still have little power Desert Royal was a real eye opener to me of how difficult life can be as a woman in many countries today and made me grateful for what I have

  5. Ghaliya Ghaliya says:

    It's such a shame reading about a dysfunctional nuclear family with problems like all regular normally human all over the world families and then disgrace and stamp a whole nation to be like wise That was related to the first few chaptersLater on comical fictional and unbelievably boring I'd say the childish book

  6. Faye Rahman Faye Rahman says:

    As I was finishing this book it saddened me that finally Princess Trilogy is ending I read all three books in the trilogy and its a very fun read with many many amazing moments shared by Sultana with her readers Her witty character and her high spirited heart have made the readings incredibly joyful Princess Sultana has open a lot of eyes and minds about the reality of women in the Middle East although coming from a Princess's point of view still oppressed and live under the ruling of the men in power Princess Sultana's effort to lift women's standard in the Middle East and other parts of the world the stories she told about Philipino maids and sex slaves is amazing and encouraging as she lifted my spirits too Throughout her books I learn so much about women's suffering in those countries and how lucky are we not having to live their lives or walk their shoes I am still hoping for stories form Princess Sultana as her stories never bore me

  7. Muhammad Syed Muhammad Syed says:

    A splendid piece of true account The author has put forward the ill moral characters of the Saudi Men before the whole world in a candid mannerBeing a Muslim and holding great reverence for the KSA being the birth place of Prophet Muhammad PBUH I was disgusted to learn how the men behave and their attitude towards women Islam Prophet Muhammad teach us to be humble towards the females and never to exercise force against themHowever the Saudi's do behave like sex lunatics I have heard even this that if you are in KSA then board a taxi first and get out of the taxi after your wife has done so After reading this I totally believe thisI'd love to visit KSA in near future and hope that till that time Princess Sultana's efforts have materialized and women are not oppressed rather enjoy the freedom Islam entitles them to I am so eagerly waiting for the 4th part as it is in the pipeline Would recommend Princess series to all my friends to read

  8. Lynda Atkinson Lynda Atkinson says:

    Loved it I Could not put it down

  9. Poorva Poorva says:

    Another wonderful book my Jean Sasson You can just keep reading

  10. W W says:

    This is the third book in the Princess seriesand by now things have become a bit repetitive

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