Desert Flower: The Extraordinary Journey of a Desert Nomad by Waris Dirie (1999-03-04)

Desert Flower The Extraordinary Journey of a Desert Nomad by Waris Dirie

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    996 thoughts on “Desert Flower: The Extraordinary Journey of a Desert Nomad by Waris Dirie (1999-03-04)

    • Cette autobiographie est le résumé de la vie d'une femme courageuse et combative qui souhaite à tout prix sortir du déterminisme social et être libre. Malgré la présence de certains passages difficiles mais nécessaires, ce livre redonne espoir.


    • Tres sourprise que j'ai pu trouver ce livre en anglais sur l' francais. Tres bien ecrit! A decouvrir de suite.


    • Nous devrions tous connaitre les souffrances de ces femmes. Waris a eu beaucoup de courage pour dénoncer ouvertement cette pratique. Ce livre est vraiment très touchant mais toujours positif. Lisez-le!


    • I did not recall buying this book. But today bored by the second novel in "The Complete Novels of Henry James" and it's depiction of antiquated London society and alternating reading Henry Miller's "Tropic of Capricorn," I looked through my Kindle Library for something else.At first, I admit I was annoyed by the simplicity of the writing. I had a hard time picturing the life of a nomadic culture in Somalia. Then as the life of this courageous woman unfolded, I couldn't stop reading.I had NO IDEA [...]


    • This memoir begins with the childhood of Waris Dire. She is from a nomadic Somali family. At a young age she endures female genital mutilation. She is tied down to be cut and lives through horrific pain. She knows this is terribly wrong. She is left under a tree for shelter for a few days to heal.Her young life in the desert continues with her siblings and parents, and taking care of the animals. In her early teens, her father arranges for her to marry an older man. Waris is very unhappy [...]


    • Co-authored with Cathleen Miller is an internationally best-selling American nonfiction writer, this is the autobiography of Waris Dirie, an international model or supermodel. The book is fascinating reading and except for a couple of very brief breaks, I could not put the book down until after I read it cover to cover. For those reasons I rated the book 5 stars. However, even the book is basically non-fiction there are a few parts that appear to be fiction or at least embellished or exaggera [...]


    • I'd recommend the book to mature adults, I almost gave it a lower rating due to the bad language, too many F-bombs in it--- I found this unnecessary. But the story is beautiful and inspiring. It's very real and it brings to light how it is for women in some parts the of the world which Westerners can't begin to imagine. It's awesome seeing the culture of the Nomads in Somalia --the good and the bad. Hopefully one day women's lives there will be better and the female genital mutilation will end. [...]


    • Words cannot express the sadness of this story!! But they can express the power and bold resolve in Waris to tell her story in spite of the danger associated! Women have suffered unimaginable horrors at the hands of an ignorant and selfish practice which must be named and dealt with to end this horrible abuse!My thanks to her for the strength to move thru her own shame and grief toward empowerment for the sake of her sisters throughout the world!A phenomenal read!!!


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