Sanctuary

Sanctuary Sanctuary n the protection that is provided by a safe place And Sanctuary was the right word to describe our small town with its mouth watering Pakistani fruits Spain s bullfighting Italian pizzas

  • Title: Sanctuary
  • Author: Zainab T. Khan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sanctuary n the protection that is provided by a safe place And Sanctuary was the right word to describe our small town with its mouth watering Pakistani fruits, Spain s bullfighting, Italian pizzas, French artists, Indian spices, Korean kimchi, and Turkish delights Because to every single one of us a Pakistani, Spanish, Indian, Korean, French, Italian, and Turkish Sanctuary n the protection that is provided by a safe place And Sanctuary was the right word to describe our small town with its mouth watering Pakistani fruits, Spain s bullfighting, Italian pizzas, French artists, Indian spices, Korean kimchi, and Turkish delights Because to every single one of us a Pakistani, Spanish, Indian, Korean, French, Italian, and Turkish it was a sanctuary Our own safe haven Our home with its different cultural styles yet with a culture of its own.

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    1. Firstly, I would like to thank the author for giving me a review copy of this book in exchange of an honest review. Sanctuary is a small town. I can relate because I live in a small town myself and everybody knows each other in my town. I liked this book. It's a cute read, but I had a hard time coping up with the traditions because I'm not really familiar with it. I mean there's French, Italian, Korean and other nationalities. Plus, I can't understand some words because it's being told in differ [...]

    2. Full review on my blog, P A P ∃ R & T R E E S!*A copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.*Sanctuary is the second book by self-published author Zainab T. Khan. It is a story about a multicultural town and focuses on how people of different ethnicities live together.A very interesting premise. If only it delivered. . .See, the story started with a baby being born and a bunch of str [...]

    3. I received the ARC of this book from the author herself in return for an honest review. I have read all four books of Zainab and I am really sorry to say that this one was my least favorite. It was a short book with a beautiful plot and setting but too many characters of different different ethnic origins was too confusing because it was very difficult to remember.However I would love to read more about these characters especially Adelaide and Krivanc.

    4. If you're looking for a one-sit-read, this book is the one! I really enjoyed reading this book and I so badly wanted that Zainab explored the plot even more because I surely saw a great potential for an awesome romance.I loved this idea the author had with this novellette in which she packed several cultures and religions in one story, this Sanctuary, this world she created is a well thought and explored idea. A place where all cultures are welcomed and there's no racism or hate for something th [...]

    5. First off I'd like to thank the author for sending me an ARC of this book.Sanctuary was an entirely different read for me. It was the first self - published book I have ever read. I would say that my primary reason for not venturing into indie/self - published books is due to me being easily turned off by a story's lack in flow; something that in traditional publishing, an editor would be all over right from the beginning. Punctuation and flow are two key components for me when it comes to keepi [...]

    6. I was sent this work by the author to review.Iquite enjoyed this work; it was definitely different to what I usually read. I really did love the premise, of a settlement made up entirely of different nationalities where people were bound together by their racial difference and there was no discrimination and everyone was extremely respectful. However, this became confusing at times, with perhaps too many characters in a scene at one time (especially when they had similar names). There was also s [...]

    7. Check out aliterarylion.wordpress/ & literary-lion.tumblr/!Disclaimer: A copy of this book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.“There were so many ethnic groups, each with its own language, and one just can’t learn all of the languages. While they had been beautiful and weird in their own way, they were also difficult. As for English, almost everyone knew it. A bit, anyway.”A short look into the lives of several characters living in a multicultural town.I fee [...]

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