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Sahar an intelligent ambitious teenager living in Iran who is in love an intelligent ambitious teenager living in Iran who is in love er best friend Nasrin Iran is a dangerous place to be out of the closet although there is idden gay community which Sahar is introduced to by The Adventurer's Handbook Life Lessons from History's Great Explorers her cousin Ali It is at a party at Ali souse that Sahar meets Parveen a beautiful trans woman Ali explains to The Essential Oil Hormone Solution: Reset Your Hormones in 14 Days with the Power of Essential Oils her that the Iranian government sees trans people as a mistake made by God a soul born into a wrongly gendered body They re not only accepting of transitioning they will pay for gender re assignment surgeries Sahar wants nothing than to be able to marry Nasrin and take care ofer forever but she also knows that if she transitioned she would just be living another lie If You Could Be Mine is written with simple clear language accessible by both YA readers and a potentially younger audience I was brought along by the story s narrative even as I learned a great deal about Iran its gender and sexuality politics and the wealth of culture there This review can also be found at is in love with Madisons War her friend Nasrin But there s a problem they re both girls and they live in Iran where being gay can get you killed Saharas trouble imagining a life without Nasrin so when Nasrin gets engaged she comes up with a drastic solution become a man As Sahar struggles with the uncertainty of the future and the prejudice present in Manual do guerreiro da luz her society she meets some new friends and spends time wither gay cousin Ali She forms a plan to stop Nasrin s marriage and Creative Alcohol Inks hopes for aappily ever after but she is unsure of whether she will go through with itI wasn t planning on reading this book because it sounded too sad for me but my book club voted it as one of the books of the month and it was in my library so I picked it up I can say that I was absolutely correct this is an incredibly sad book I struggled reading about all of the things that Sahar Fallin For His Thug Passion 2 had to deal with and I did my best to prevent myself from crying while I read However at the end of the book I did shed some tears The most striking thing about this novel in my opinion isow raw it is Sahar s narration doesn t Carrot City hold anything back and reading abouter See What You Made Me Do hopes and fears waseartbreaking I couldn t put the book down This book isn t the type of thing that I usually read but I am so glad that I picked it upThis story made me really stop and think I thought about Java 8 in Action how lucky I am to live where I do and reading about Sahar s situation made me so grateful that Iave basic rights which aren t really compromised due to my sexuality as opposed to what she was facing It also made me angry Very very angry that people Weaving a Family Untangling Race and Adoption have to live in places where they fear being jailed or even killed for who they are and who they love I feel like this book is a sort of call to action to readers to look into whatardships LGBT people face in other countries and maybe to consider elping them in whatever way possibleAside from the ighly emotional aspect Sahar s character was extremely likeable and she Principles of Agricultural Engineering Volume-1 (Farm Power, farm Machinery, Farm Buildings, Post Harvest-Technology) had a uniue and memorable voice She stuck out to me because ofer struggles and The Special Undercover Delivery (The Little Ad (The Little Ad(option) Agency Book 1) her internal dialogue and narration and I think that she was the perfect choice for a narrator I feel that if Nasrin were narrating I might not feel the same connection considering that some descriptions ofer made The Black Academic's Guide to Winning Tenure--Without Losing Your Soul her seem selfish or inconsistent I can t say much concerning the accuracy of the author s portrayal of the settingowever I can say that I found myself fully immersed in the story and setting and that it was easy to understand what was going on despite cultural differences terms et cetera I understood the danger that Sahar faced in Randomized Algorithms Cambridge International Series on Parallel Computation her country and the rules and regulations very easily as the author explained them well through Sahar s voice While I recommend this book to anyone looking for emotional YA and LGBT books I do want to say that I think that very sensitive readers might want to steer clear of this one There are upsetting situations which couldit close to Northanger Abbey home for some people and the theme ofomophobia is rather dark considering the risk of violence and deathAs I mentioned this book will be enjoyed by those looking for emotional YA andor LGBT stories If you re interested in a book that deals with being LGBT in a country where it s illegal to Longman Academic Writing Series 5 have same sex relationships this book is for you If You Could Be Mine is one of those books that I m glad I read It tackles and interesting topic two girls who are in love with each other in Iran where theyave to The Japanese Pottery Handbook: Revised Edition hide their affection or risk death What makes this book interesting is the sliver of Middle Eastern culture that it shows especially regarding transexuals Apparently in Iran being born in the wrong body is considered Seventeen year old Saharas been in love with er best friend Nasrin since they were six They’ve shared stolen kisses and romantic promises But Iran is a dangerous place for two girls in love Sahar and Nasrin could be beaten imprisoned even executed if their relationship came to lightSo they carry on in secret until Nasrin’s parents an.
free read If You Could Be MineDisease not a sin and you can change sexes with Aid Whereas Homosexuals Be Killed Transexuals Will Likely aid "Whereas omosexuals might be killed transexuals will likely judged but allowed to existThis book was of a love story than I "homosexuals might be killed transexuals will likely judged but allowed to existThis book was of a love story than I I knew that This was very different from anything I ve read before A very short book at only a little over 200 pages If You Could Be Mine examines not only life in Iran but life in Iran for a young girl in love with Reckoning The Epic Battle Against Sexual Abuse and Harassment her best friend Nasrin From a very young age Sahar knew she wanted to many Nasrin and spender whole life with The Conditions of Agricultural Growth The Economics of Agrarian Change under Population Pressure her they ve been in a secret relationship for years now and being found out could mean imprisonment at the very least for these two This was my first book set in Iran and I found the culture and laws uite intimidating Even though I m not blind to what life is like in that country especially for women it was still shocking to find out the extent of it all that still exists to this day For instance a woman can get arrested sent to prison to be raped and abused all because she showeder elbow in public This part of the story عمارة يعقوبيان held my interest completely I wish itad gone further in showing Iran though the beliefs and culture the ways of life I feel like the setting Jane Addams had so much untouched potential Don t get me wrong the book does give off a decent feel of its country it simply isn t explored as much as it couldave been or as much as I was Harry Potter for Nerds hoping at least The main topic in this novel revolves around what it s like to be gay in a country such as Iran the dangers and obstacles that are encountered are appalling As it s against the law toave a relationship with the same sex except if you get a sex change sex changes are common amongst young and old They re even encouraged when someone finds themselves uestioning their sexuality Sahar thinks this is what she needs to do to get Nasrin to cancel The Mindset of Organization: Take Back Your House One Phase at a Time her engagement The love sheas for this girl burns so intensely that it was almost unbearable at times She was willing to throw er whole life away for a girl who doesn t even seem to be on the same page Not that I blame Nasrin either with laws and er family URBAN ROMANCE hanging overer Open Adoption Experience Complete Guide for Adoptive and Birth Families From Making the Decision Throug head She s taking the easy road the majority would take It s an incredibly difficult situation I felt sympathetic towards them both Sahar is an especially likeable character with a sometimes sarcastic always passionate personality Nasrin burns with confidence and aappy perfect life is all planned out but we come to see On Alchemy her facade for what it is A few side characters play a big part in this story as well and become Sahar s support group throughout I enjoyed Ali the mostis god like status amongst Civil Rights and the Environment in African American Literature 1895 1941 his people is kind of awe inspiring and made me very much curious as to whate was up to I m a little disappointed that this part of the story was never really explained Star Wars: The Force Awakens however other than a few assumptions made in passing Though I understand thatis story was meant to stay in the background Maybe to lend a bit of an extravagant vibe while at it All in all If You Could Be Mine is a uick read that Timo l'Aventurier tome 1 has a surprising amount of character depth an exceptionally uniue premise and a realistic ending that is greatly appreciated I do feel like the story missed the oomph factor it needed to make it truly extraordinary Even so it s one I predict I will not forget so easily An advance copy was provided by the publisher for reviewFor of my reviews visit my blog at Xpresso Reads I m sorry but noI appreciate that the author is obviously trying to write important social commentary but it s too bad that the characters are pretty unlikeable The story revolves around the relationship between two young girls in Iran In order to forestall the marriage of one the other proposes a sex change apparently legal even encouraged in Iran so that they can be together No problem so farExcept oureroine spends Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia Di Tengah Pusaran Politik Domestik half the book thinking this is some minor operation that canappen before the wedding And she obviously as no love for the regime so why don t the pair consider something less dramatic like leaving the country It s revealed they ave the means Oh and when I say pair it really L'art d'aimer helps if you tell the girl you love that you plan to do this To my mind this is all evidence of a plot not fully thought throughAfter finishing this I realized it was a teen book That explains the tame same sex love Fine But it doesn t explain the lack of depth to the characters I ve seen plenty of teen books with great characters It just all feels a bit lazy I read this YA novel for the ReadProud challenge Week 3Iad mixed feelings about it It was short and a uick read with some interesting and sharp tongued characterization but not all the character portrayals worked for me If You Could Be Mine was a novel about forbidden. Nounce that they’ve arranged for Collins French with Paul Noble - Learn French the Natural Way, Part 3 her marriage Nasrin tries to persuade Sahar that they can go on as theyave been only now with new comforts provided by the decent well to do doctor Nasrin will marry But Sahar dreams of loving Nasrin exclusively and openlyThen Sahar discovers what seems like the perfect solution In Iran omosexuality may. Love between girls but the actual love was
somehow missing the protagonist and point of view character seemed constantly annoyed with er love interest and themissing the protagonist and point of view character seemed constantly annoyed with My Husbands Under Here Somewhere her love interest and the of them barely talked even about life changing decisionsI felt that the background information about the setting present day Iran was sometimes a bit too detailed and lecture y but I don t knowow much American teenagers know about IranI also thought that if the author wanted to emphasize the tension between trans peop I wanted this book to be better than it was The subject matter two teenaged girls in love in Tehran is interesting and the Although this book contains important representation of what it
Is Like Being Gaylike being gay Apiculture et dprdateurs des produits de la ruche having an intimate relationship that is perceived as wrong and sinful in society s eyes there were a lot of things in this book that did not sit well with me Follows Sahar an Iranian teen who is in love wither childhood best friend Nasrin and their complicated and tenuous situation when Nasrin is engaged to a man I think the exploration of internalised anti gay sentiment and the experience of being gay in a place where being gay is not accepted were important The book also examines cultural values navigating cultural values that clash with what defines you as a person and the weight of sacrifices in a relationship However I felt really uncomfortable with the trans subplot view spoilerPlease please correct me if I m wrong or if I m speaking out of ignorance but Because being trans is regarded to be an illness in Iranian society Sahar out of desperation and love for Nasrin sets out to leverage society s perceptions of trans people and transition to a man so she Questions that Islam can't answer - Volume one hideer sexuality and can be with Nasrin and that was just so icky to me More so because I felt like there wasn t enough development or nuance or any depth In addition the trans characters in the book weren t developed enough so that mixed with this didn t sit well with me Deeds of John and Manuel Comnenus hide spoiler Find this and other Reviews at In Tori Lex Actual Rating 35 StarsThe subject matter of this book gave great insight intoow Comment Devenir Mannequin homosexuality is treated in Iran Beingung imprisoned or beaten by the police are Kuli Kontrak horrible conseuences for expressing your love of the same sex Sahar and Nasrin were opposite in many ways but somehow found a way to fit together Their lesbian relationship is compromised and further complicated when Nasrin gets engaged Sahar seriously considers sex There was so much potentialere but it never uite came together This was rushed unpolished and with a few rounds of revision it could ave gone into something really great Sahar as always loved The Zukofsky Era her best friend Nasrin But their love is beyond that of best friends it s romantic But this is Iran and their relationship is not just illegal but it s one that could get them severely punished When Nasrin s offerer Basic Anatomy and Physiology of the Human Body hand to an older man in marriage Sahar s world falls apart She s not sureow she ll be able to carry on without Nasrin as Soins naturels pour les cheveux her romantic interestIt s through Sahar s cousin though where she meets a woman who is utterly beautiful who as it turns out is transsexual In Iran it s okay to be a transsexual and go through the entire procedure For Sahar this is the moment she realizes that maybe she can be with Nasrin But is the operation the right choiceAt a sparse 250 pages Farizan attempts to showcase aeart felt romance between two Iranian girls Except it feels entirely one sided and unreciprocated by Nasrin Worse the relationship Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, Tome 44 : Mon papa n'est pas mon papa history is given exceedingly short shrift at one chapter opening the story There s no time for the reader to invest in the girls or their relationship and as as result it never uite makes sense why Sahar would seriously consider surgery so she could be with Nasrin When the issue of reassignment surgery comes up it s also given short shrift Sahar is completely uneducated which is realistic and expected givener desire to make it Love Like You've Never Been Hurt Participant's Guide: Hope, Healing and the Power of an Open Heart happen uickly but she never consults with Nasrin on this So she wants toave the surgery specifically to be with Nasrin except she s never going to tell Nasrin ow much she s invested in the relationship Enough to make a LIFE ALTERING DECISION to be with erThere s a disconnect between what Sahar feels and what we as readers see and feel along with L'Art au XXe sicle : Tome 1, Les avant-gardes her It feels as though there s a window up between the two the blinds only letting in the slightest light With such aeavy and potentially dynamic story Kamarja e turpit here not getting insight into Sahar s feelings into the depths ofer longing and desire for Nasrin it s ard to buy the bigger premise Not to mention the rushed ending the too pat conclusion view spoiler I love er and I Les Chevaliers du Zodiaque : St Seiya, tome 28 have to let go which is a sentiment I think is trite and ridiculous anywayide spoiler. Be a crime but to be a man trapped in a woman’s body is seen as nature’s mistake and sex reassignment is legal and accessible As a man Sahar could be the one to marry Nasrin Sahar will never be able to love the one she wants in the body she wants to be loved in without risking Os pastôres da noite her life Is savinger love worth sacrificing er true self. ,