فئران أمي حصة

فئران أمي حصةFrom The Author Of The Bamboo Stalk And Winner Of The International Prize For Arabic Fiction Comes An Apocalyptic And Caustically Funny Novel About The Power Of Friendship In A War Torn WorldGrowing Up Together In The Surra Section Of Central Kuwait, Katkout, Fahd, And Sadiq Share Neither Ethnic Origin Nor Religious Denomination Only Friendship And A Rage Against The Unconscionable Sectarian Divide Turning Their Lives Into War Zone Rubble To Lay Bare The Ugly Truths, They Form The Protest Group Fuada S Kids Their Righteous Transgressions Have Made Them Targets Of Both Sunni And Shi A Extremists They Ve Also Elicited The Concern Of Fahd S Grandmother, Mama Hissa, A Story Spinning Font Of Piety, Wisdom, Superstition, And Dire Warnings, Who Cautions Them That Should They Anger God, The Sky Will Surely FallThen One Day, After An Attack On His Neighborhood Leaves Him Injured, Katkout Regains Consciousness His Friends Are Nowhere To Be Found Inundated With Memories Of His Past, Katkout Begins A Search For Them In A World That Has Become Unrecognizable But Not ForsakenSnaking Through Decades Of Kuwaiti History Well Into A Cataclysmic Twenty First Century, Mama Hissa S Mice Is A Harrowing, Emotional, And Caustic Novel Of Rebellion It Also Speaks To The Universal Struggle Of Finding One S Identity And A Reason To Go On, Even After The Sky Has Fallen DNF ed after 200pages, skimmed through the rest and read the last chapters I m so disappointed since this one of my most anticipated read and a 5 stars prediction I just couldn t even force myself to finish it The topic in this book is a bit over done, yet still so important to talk about, the execution of it was however absolutly terrible The same ideas were repeated over and over again, every 2 pages we re reminded of something that already was talked aboutit feels like the author is taking us for 9 year olds Basically no dialogue, it s 95% narration, leading us to have the most flat, most uninteresting characters, in a character driven book It s all telling not showing Stating historical events in the most unmemorable, boring way possible Just boring, it had potential but unfortunatly it didn t deliver Saud AlSanousi is legitimately one of the greatest Kuwaiti writing voices I cannot recommend this text enough It was banned for a time in Kuwait unsure if it s still banned since I did purchase additional copies of it at a state sponsored book fair , and it really gets down to the nitty and gritty of what is wrong with Kuwaiti society and what s right in it It frankly did leave me feeling a little hopeless, but hey, I can explore that in my thesis finger guns.2019 Popsugar Reading Challenge 2 A book that makes you nostalgic I loved some of the main characters, the writer s style is intriguing and beautiful However, his first book will always be my favorite Full review at Syrian Researchers website

Saud Al Sanousi is a Kuwaiti novelist and journalist, born in 1981 His work has appeared in a number of Kuwaiti publications, including Al Watan newspaper and Al Arabi, Al Kuwait and Al Abwab magazines He currently writes for Al Qabas newspaper His first novel THE PRISONER OF MIRRORS was published in 2010 and won the fourth Laila al Othman Prize, a prestigious award for novels and short stories

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  • فئران أمي حصة
  • Saud Alsanousi
  • English
  • 20 February 2017

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