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MOONLIGHT ON THE AVENUE OF FAITH

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Nahai (Cry of the Peacock, 1991) revisits Iran's Jewish community as she tells the moving if not always engrossing tale of one woman's struggle in a time of political turmoil. The saga of Roxanna begins in 1938 with her birth in Tehran's ghetto, and ends in 1980s Los Angeles. It is as much the story of a family increasingly affected by outside events as it is a low-key exploration of the conflict ... Read full review

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Review: Moonlight on the Avenue of Faith

User Review  - Goodreads

A young girl in Iran watches as her mother flies out the window and disappears. This novel is along the lines of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, in it's magic realism. Not quite the caliber, in my opinion, but a lovely read none the less. Gina Nahai writes beautifully. Read full review

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