Ribbons & Heels

Ribbons Heels A journey of love and life Nariman Iman Sherine and Nahla are four friends whose lives are closely intertwined Diverse backgrounds and different experiences define them Love life heartache each

  • Title: Ribbons & Heels
  • Author: Tarek Refaat
  • ISBN: 9781482339147
  • Page: 483
  • Format: Paperback
  • A journey of love and life .Nariman, Iman, Sherine, and Nahla are four friends whose lives are closely intertwined Diverse backgrounds and different experiences define them Love, life, heartache each experience is one they ve known intimately.Throughout their tumultuous lives, their friendships have never wavered Their minds, hearts, and souls are bound together,A journey of love and life .Nariman, Iman, Sherine, and Nahla are four friends whose lives are closely intertwined Diverse backgrounds and different experiences define them Love, life, heartache each experience is one they ve known intimately.Throughout their tumultuous lives, their friendships have never wavered Their minds, hearts, and souls are bound together, tested to their limits.Each unique circumstance draws them ever closer Join them as they embark on a memorable journey that will live in their hearts forever.

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    1. What an ending! As always, I enjoy reading such light novels, it was really enjoyable, the English used is simple and fluent, we have a shift in events going on between four young women, yet, you don't get confused, since it goes smoothely from a story to anotherI was delighted with the happy happy ending. What I liked the most is how the writer portrays and depicts the society's aspects in a very realistic way that aims abolishing some stereotypes and ideas The story is about four friends, each [...]

    2. I finished the book in a day but I was delayed so I didn't manage to write the review except later. I came across this book when the author Tarek sent it to me and I am glad that he did. It is not the first thing I read for him and I have to say he never disappoints his audience. The writing technique is very grasping and immediately forces you to be awake to finish the book and isolates you from your surroundings. I enjoyed the characters and their pickering and teasing of one another. The amou [...]

    3. Part of modern day Egypt is the emergence of Egyptian authors who choose to write in English. Most of our most successful authors write in Arabic, and after achieving fame, their work is picked up and professionally translated. However, there have always been Egyptian authors who wrote in English about the politics, history, and heritage through AUC Press (aucpress). Then, there were a handful of authors who wrote in English at award winning/literature levels such as Ahdaf Soueif and Waguih Ghal [...]

    4. I’ve just finished reading “Ribbons and heels” and I really love this book! Everything about it is so deep, realistic and touching. For me, the book discussed different social issues (especially when it comes to women in our Arabian culture ) and inner thoughts that come through our minds a lot in our daily lives that I really waited for the next events wondering how it will all end. I believe that parts of this book was so artistic and precise and I admire your way of writing as I didn't [...]

    5. First of all, I love the cover of this book! I thoroughly enjoyed the read as well. As he did in Ruptured, Tarrek Refaat has, once again, delivered a many faceted portrayal of his characters emotions, thoughts and interactions.What is love? Where do you look for it? Does it fulfil you? Does it cause you to sacrifice your freedom? Who can you trust? Male or female, most people want to find love, but in our complicated world many are wary, afraid of being hurt or taken advantage of. Four women, wh [...]

    6. Well, the book is very interesting. I mostly liked how the author succeeded in expressing the characters feelings. Every character has its own lifestyle, way of thinking, insecurities and needs. The reader won't help but relating to one or more of those characters. And once the reader starts to relate, he'll continue reading as if he's reading his own story. What I didn't like about the book was the ending. Realistically speaking, not everyone has to have a happy ending. some problems are just n [...]

    7. This was a quick enjoyable read. It was quite predictable and I did find myself wishing for a bit more depth, but some of the messages embedded within were quite lovely. I kind of wish this would have comprised of short stories for each of the main women, or that it would have elaborated on just one story. Nonetheless, I enjoyed it and I loved the little glimpses into Egyptian culture.I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

    8. This is a story of 4 friends. Each offering advice & sharing in the highs & lows of life. I really enjoyed this book.Received this in return for an honest review.

    9. i finished reading Ribbons & Heels yesterday nightit is my first time to read a novel in English i read it from the beginning to the end without any boredomit is full of alot of Interesting Events and deep feelings

    10. The book for review is “ Ribbons and Heels” by Tarek Refaat. I would put this in the genre of romance.Nariman, Sherine, Nahla and Iman are four good friends. Each of them bringing to the table different experiences when it comes to men. Nariman’s view of men is that they are all pigs. While her friends try to talk to her about it they can’t change her mind. Her opinion, woman lose their freedom when they get married.This is just the tip of the iceberg as the book dives into relationships [...]

    11. I have read this novel about two months ago. I noticed the development of style. This novel is like an expected evolution of "Ruptured". It has an abundance of charecters and more intertwined events. This draws the attention and apprehention of the reader. The novel only needs a thorough proofreaing before publishing it. Also, I believe it could have been made longer. It ended too soon for me (as a reader) to be ready for its ending, and I was actually expecting more elaboration on almost all re [...]

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