Muna and her three sisters were happy children, growing up in Newport South Wales with their English mother and Arabic father. But in 1972 her mother disappeared, setting in motion a chain of events which would forever shatter her seemingly loving family.
I read this book in a matter of days.
This book had me in tears.
Just makes you realise, I read brutally honest my scary spice and my gosh what a world away she thinks she has it bad! (Although she did) was nothing to this woman.
What happened next? I have waited to read online as I wanted to get to the end.
Brave, honest and brutal it had me terrified and in tears. I can’t stop thinking about it and what these women go through....
I heard about this book on a programme called This Morning. I must say I really enjoyed this book and it is a great read. I was totally intrigued when I first heard of it and the book was spectacular. I really want to know what happened when Muna and her children got back to England.
You would never think to read a book where you were just reading someone's pain. However I have never read about such inspirational people. What these women have/had to go through is amazing and heartbreaking. Their bravery and strength is heroic. I honestly have no words to explain the feelings you feel whilst reading this book. A MUST READ.