The Blood of Flowers - Anita Ammirezvani Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755334191 / Author: Anita Ammirrezvani / Genre: Fiction
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The Blood of Flowers by Anita Amirrezvani tells the story of a young Iranian girl as she makes her way in the world. As she reaches marrying age a comet crosses the sky foretelling doom and bad luck. Shortly after, our narrator’s life is turned upside down; her father dies leaving her and her mother with no way to earn a living. Having barely managed to survive a desolate winter in their village, they contact a distant relative in the city and move to Isafhan. In the city, their luck seems to be changing; their family welcome them, and the narrator is learning to nurture her talent as a carpet knotter under her uncle’s vigilant eye. However, the bad luck of the comet is . Read the complete review
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