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Bookseller Blurbs PHENOMENAL Insightful and compellingDjavadi takes on huge social topics such as immigration homosexuality politics and culture and distills those issues into the personal experience of one girl who is so genuine and endearing that one can t help but come to understand and have compassion for what she and her family endured This story is one that needs to be read Stephanie Crowe Page A master storyteller Djavadi unravels Kimia Sadr s origin with family lore that has been passed down for generations beginning with her Persian great grandfather in Each thread of the family s story builds the foundation for their harrowing escape to France during the Iranian Revolution This book is a triumph and humanizes the history of a culture that many have ignored Rachel Watkins Avid Bookshop Praise for Disoriental Disoriental is a novel that will take your breath away a lovely hymn to the freedom to live to think and to love France InterEmotion comedy fever and drama ElleIf the history of Iran had to be contained in a book set in motion and shaken by its revolutions it would give you Disorientalastonishing disorderly extraordinary and enjoyable Le Devoir Constructed like a vinyl record with its epic and novelistic A side and its awkward little sister the personal and political B side Disoriental has many enticing tracks These include its narrative strength held up by the consummate art of digression changes in tone and rhythm and the richness of its themes as well as the precision of the critical eye that it points most notably at French society Le Monde des livres An incredible storythat leaves the reader dumbstruck intensely and emotionally thrown off course ActuaLitte An ample political historical and intimate fresco Disoriental appeals to readers with its freedom its power its breath its language and offers brilliant reflections on exile and identity Impressive Le Carnet a spiralesMagnificent Le So. The Test understand and have compassion for what she and her family endured This story is one that needs to be read Stephanie Crowe Page A master storyteller Djavadi The Test: Taken By The Men Who Raised Me unravels Kimia Sadr s origin with family lore that has been passed down for generations beginning with her Persian great grandfather in Each thread of the family s story builds the foundation for their harrowing escape to France during the Iranian Revolution This book is a triumph and humanizes the history of a culture that many have ignored Rachel Watkins Avid Bookshop Praise for Disoriental Disoriental is a novel that will take your breath away a lovely hymn to the freedom to live to think and to love France InterEmotion comedy fever and drama ElleIf the history of Iran had to be contained in a book set in motion and shaken by its revolutions it would give you Disorientalastonishing disorderly extraordinary and enjoyable Le Devoir Constructed like a vinyl record with its epic and novelistic A side and its awkward little sister the personal and political B side Disoriental has many enticing tracks These include its narrative strength held Teacher Evaluation in Music: A Guide for Music Teachers in the Us up by the consummate art of digression changes in tone and rhythm and the richness of its themes as well as the precision of the critical eye that it points most notably at French society Le Monde des livres An incredible storythat leaves the reader dumbstruck intensely and emotionally thrown off course ActuaLitte An ample political historical and intimate fresco Disoriental appeals to readers with its freedom its power its breath its language and offers brilliant reflections on exile and identity Impressive Le Carnet a spiralesMagnificent Le So.

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IrAn enchanting writer Canal Bookseller BlurbsPHENOMENAL Insightful and compellingDjavadi takes on huge social topics such as immigration homosexuality politics and culture and distills those issues into the personal experience of one girl who is so genuine and endearing that one can t help but come to understand and have compassion for what she and her family endured This story is one that needs to be read Stephanie Crowe Page A master storyteller Djavadi unravels Kimi Sadr s origin with family lore that has been passed down for generations beginning with her Persian great grandfather in Each thread of the family s story builds the foundation for their harrowing escape to France during the Iranian Revolution This book is a triumph and humanizes the history of a culture that many have ignored Rachel Watkins Avid Bookshop Praise for Disoriental In a tour de force of storytelling screenwriter and debut novelist Djavadi deftly weaves together the history of th century Iran with the spellbinding chronicle of her own ancestors T his enchanting novel well translated and with surprises and delights on every page perfectly blends historical fact with contemporary themes Library JournalAuthentic ambitious richly layered and very readable every scene of Disoriental rings true KirkusWhat is obvious from the beginning of this riveting novel is that Djavadi is an immensely gifted storyteller and Kimi s tale is especially compelling Booklist Starred ReviewDisoriental is a rich irreverent kaleidoscopic novel of real originality and power I ve never read anything uite like it Alexander Maksik author of You Deserve NothingDjavadi s momentous first novel convincingly and powerfully explores the enormous weight of one s family and culture on individual identity especially the exile s Publishers WeeklyDjavadi here offers an account of an Iranian family thought revolutions relationships and diaspora and she does so with a voi. Kokoro: de wegen van het hart understand and have compassion for what she and her family endured This story is one that needs to be read Stephanie Crowe Page A master storyteller Djavadi 2 unravels Kimi Sadr s origin with family lore that has been passed down for generations beginning with her Persian great grandfather in Each thread of the family s story builds the foundation for their harrowing escape to France during the Iranian Revolution This book is a triumph and humanizes the history of a culture that many have ignored Rachel Watkins Avid Bookshop Praise for Disoriental In a tour de force of storytelling screenwriter and debut novelist Djavadi deftly weaves together the history of th century Iran with the spellbinding chronicle of her own ancestors T his enchanting novel well translated and with surprises and delights on every page perfectly blends historical fact with contemporary themes Library JournalAuthentic ambitious richly layered and very readable every scene of Disoriental rings true KirkusWhat is obvious from the beginning of this riveting novel is that Djavadi is an immensely gifted storyteller and Kimi s tale is especially compelling Booklist Starred ReviewDisoriental is a rich irreverent kaleidoscopic novel of real originality and power I ve never read anything Managerial Decision Making uite like it Alexander Maksik author of You Deserve NothingDjavadi s momentous first novel convincingly and powerfully explores the enormous weight of one s family and culture on individual identity especially the exile s Publishers WeeklyDjavadi here offers an account of an Iranian family thought revolutions relationships and diaspora and she does so with a voi.

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Ce remarkably open to humor warmth and love The prose is at once chaotic and precise charismatic and familiar Disoriental is a wonder and a pleasure to read Rivka Galchen author of Atmospheric Disturbances Disoriental is epic in scope and yet deeply even intimately personal the novel blows up any lines between the personal and the political intertwining generations of inherited family stories in a way that doesn t just bring history to life though it does that as well it shows the lingering and often cruel effects seemingly disembodied historical forces can cast on an individual like Kimi Sadr And amidst a story that could not betopical encompassing political upheaval and emigration gender and sexuality Djavadi s reluctantly worldly wise narrator casually lays bare devastating truths about society and human nature Stunning Tim Mohr author of Burning Down the HausBy turns heartbreaking and humorous Negar Djavadi takes us on a whirlwind journey through Iran s modern history vividly capturing the pain of exile with passion and heart Saleem Haddad author of Guapa Disoriental is a novel that will take your breath away a lovely hymn to the freedom to live to think and to love France InterEmotion comedy fever and drama ElleIf the history of Iran had to be contained in a book set in motion and shaken by its revolutions it would give you Disorientalastonishing disorderly extraordinary and enjoyable Le Devoir Constructed like a vinyl record Canal Kimia Sadr fled Iran at the age of ten in the company of her mother and sisters to join her father in France Now twenty five and facing the future she has built for herself as well as the prospect of a new generation Kimia is inundated by her own memories and the stories of her ancestors which come to her in unstoppable uncontainable waves A high spirited kaleidoscopic story blending key moments of Iranian history politics and culture with stories of family drama and trium.