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Broken Moon I WILL NEVER HAVE A HUSBAND, BUT I HAVE THE BEST BROTHER IN THE WORLD YOUR BREATH ON MY CHEEK ON MY SCAR FELT LIKE THE BREATH OF ALLAH Nadira Is Spoiled Goods Scars From A Beating She Received For A Crime That Her Older Brother Allegedly Committed Tell The World That She Is Worth Less Than Nothing Except To Her Little Brother, Umar, Who Sees Beauty In Her Scars And Value In Her But Umar Is Gone Perhaps Kidnapped Or Maybe Sold All Nadira Knows Is That Umar Has Been Taken Into The Desert To Ride Camels For Rich Sheiks He Could Be Lost To Her Forever For Umar, Nadira Will Risk Everything So She Disguises Herself As A Boy And Searches Out The Men Who Took Him They Are Not Hard To Find, And Soon She, Too, Is Headed To The Desert To Be A Camel Jockey Life In The Desert Is Brutal Than Nadira Imagined All She Has To Protect Her And The Boys She Meets Are A Bit Of Chai Tea, Some Stories, And The Hope That She Has Enough Of Both To Keep Going Until She Finds Umar BROKEN MOON IS A SPELLBINDING, LYRICAL TALE THAT WILL CAPTURE READERS, HEARTS AND SOULS.

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  • Hardcover
  • 192 pages
  • Broken Moon
  • Kim Antieau
  • English
  • 20 September 2017
  • 1416917675

10 thoughts on “Broken Moon

  1. says:

    In this short, but powerful novel of contemporary Pakistan, Nadira writes to her younger brother Umar telling the sad story of their family s downfall An older brother was accused of rape, and Nadira was the victim of the family s revenge, scarring her face and body after her father died, the family was dependent on cruel Uncle Rubel When Umar is missing, Nadira is determined to find him She learns that small boys are often kidnapped or sold to be taken to the Gulf States to be ...

  2. says:

    What a great read I hope this kidnapping of boys to work with camels in the desert isn t really happening in this day and age, but I m afraid it probably is, as this author wouldn t just invent something this detailed out of thin air.Nadira is a strong fe...

  3. says:

    By night a weaver of tales, by day a scarred, scared young women.As 18 year old, Nadira writes home to her little brother, Umar, she slowly reveals through her letters and stories her sadness at her unmarriageable status due to scars inside and out The most prominent a half moon scar on her face left by an assault, allowed by Pakistani traditions, as revenge for her brother s alleged assault on a rival family s daughter.When her brother goes missing, Nadira is convinced her cruel Uncle Rueb By night a weaver of tales, by day a scarred, scared young women.As 18 year old, Nadira writes home to her little brother, Umar, she slowly reveals through her letters and stories her sadness at her unmarriageable status due to scars inside and out The most prominent a half moon scar on her face left by an assault, allowed by Pakistani traditions, as revenge for her brother s alleged assault on a rival family s daughter.When her brother goes missing, Nadira is convinced her cruel Uncle Rueben has sold him to the camel riders as an illegal child jockey Feeling she has nothing to lose, Nadira dresses as a...

  4. says:

    In the book Broken Moon, written by Kim Antieau, there were many issues discussed and shown throughout the book The Pakistan region, shown by the book, is filled with plenty of different difficulties and problems that are faced every single day, and will always come back, whether or not you deal with them The issue that I saw and learned from was gender discrimination, mainly against women in the Pakistan region What I learned is that humans are discriminated way too much, and it can vary fro In the book Broken Moon, written by Kim Antieau, there were many issues discussed and shown throughout the book The Pakistan region, shown by the book, is filled with plenty of different difficulties and problems that are faced every single day, and will always come back, whether or not you deal with them The issue that I saw and learned from was gender discrimination, mainly against women in the Pakistan region What I learned is that humans are discriminated way too much, and it can vary from color to gender, to religion to style, and muchThree reasons this is evident i...

  5. says:

    I liked this book I m all about the quick reads and this book was one of them I know the story was fictional, but it hinted to the fact that it was based on realistic happenings This story tells of a girl who s young brother is kidnapped and sold to camel trainers in the middle east She narrates her tale of self discovery and gives the reader a glimpse into the world of camel races in the desert There are so many bad things happening around the world and it takes couragous people to do some I liked this book I m all about the quick reads and this book was one of them I know the story was fictional, but it hinted to the fact that it was based on realistic happenings This story tells of a girl who s young brother is kidnapped and sold to camel trainers in the middle east She narrates her tale of...

  6. says:

    This was a wonderful YA book It tells the story of a teenage girl growing up in Pakistan and dealing with some very harsh circumstances The book manages to cover the issues of the extreme social inequalities for women in this culture, the child slave trade, and fundamentalist honor attacks on women If I taught a High School lit class, I would definitely look into this book The other side of the story is the parallel that the plot has to the Shaharazad story The writing is very lyrical, an This was a wonderful YA book It tells the story of a teenage girl growing up in Pakistan and dealing with some very harsh circumstances The book manages to cover the issues of the extreme social inequalities for women in this culture, the child slave trade, and fundamentalist honor attack...

  7. says:

    This book was amazing A Pakastani girl named Nadira, who was brutally beaten after her brother was accused of things, goes out looking for her youngest brother, Umar, that was sold by her uncle She diguises herself as a boy and goes to the place where Umar was sold and becomes friends with the kids there Im the end she finds her brother while they race on the camels, Nadira wins so she has one wish, she goes to the bosses and begs them to set her and Umar free They do and so do the oth...

  8. says:

    Nadira, a Pakistani girl whose face is scarred from a brutal beating, disguises herself as a boy to track down her kidnapped brother In the brutal camps where camels and boy jockeys train for races, Nadira uses her wits and storytelling ability to survive and find a way to locate her brother and improve the lives of fellow camel jockeys She proves her worth is farthan an unscarred face Despite its rather implausible resolution, this is ...

  9. says:

    A curious look into camel racing using little boys stolen from homes in the Middle East, taken from families who cannot afford them or need some quick income It s a story told over and overa gain, a girl taking on the ...

  10. says:

    This was a heart breaking an intersting story about a girl who is gang raped and scarred as punishment for her brother s alleged crime in Pakistan When her brother is taken at the age of six to be a camel jockey, she goes undercover to...

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