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  • Det var vi
  • Golnaz Hashemzadeh Bonde
  • English
  • 15 June 2019
  • 9781328995087

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    45 stars for this one Thanks to the amazing Elyse for this oneWow This book packs one hell of a punchThere is no future Think if people knew You put so much time into planning for the future and then it doesn't even exist Who would have thoughtNahid is diagnosed with cancer and given six months to live although the doctors don't know how long it will take for the disease to work its course As a nurse she understands what it's lik

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    Idealism unbearable loss and survival I am blown away by the powerful stories I have read lately in these shorter paged books A story of a life ending too soon Nahid once had hopes for the future In Iran part of an idealistic group that believed in a better and fairer future for their country suffers a horrible loss that will affect the rest of her life and thst of her daughter Fleeing their country they become refugees settling in SwedenT

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    Well that tore my heart out Golnaz Hashemzadeh Bonde has crafted a beautiful debut novel in What We Owe about an Iranian nurse Nahid who lives in Sweden and has learned that she has terminal cancer One of the things I love about the book is that Nahid isn't a perfect sympathetic character She has made bad decis

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    I am at a loss for words I almost feel like there's no point in me reading anything any I guess this is it my reading life has peaked What We Owe is one of those books that will define my reading life Written in explosive sentences and gut punching prose it tells the story of Nahid who fled the Iranian revolution to Sweden in the late 1970s Now at almost 50 she is dying of cancer and is pondering whether all the sacrific

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    Thank you Elyse for your recommendation of this beautiful book

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    Nahid has led a life of terrible suffering lossregret and rage Now at 55 years of age the doctors tell her she has stage 4 incurable cancer with not much longer to live As she deals with this news she looks back at her life

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    “I’ve always carried my death with me” Nahid reflects in the opening sentence of this bookAnd indeed she has From her childhood in Iran when she and her boyfriend—later husband—were budding revolutionaries to later on as refugees to Sweden Nahid has experienced than her share of loss Now in mid life and diagnosed with aggressive ovarian cancer Nahid looks back unsparingly at the times that have formed the pe

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    This is a very soulful sorrowful book It left me with the feeling of enormous sadnessIt is about living and dying and how short life is and how some of us caught in the darkest events of history have so little preparation for what’s to come and no control over the events in our life There is the element of being born i

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    Others have said it better for this book Especially within the point made upon so much of a human life's core being exposed in these short succi

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Oughts She yearns yet fails to connect with her only daughter Aram As the rawness of death draws near Nahid should want to protect Aram from pain She knows she should Yet what is a daughter but one born to share in her mother’s painAt fifty Nahid is no stranger to death As a Marxist revolutionary in eighties Iran she saw loved ones killed in the street and. Thank you Elyse for your recommendation of this beautiful book

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Nahid has six months left to live Or so the doctors say But Nahid is not the type to trust anyone She resents the cancer diagnosis she has been given and the doctor who has given it to her Bubbling inside her is also resentment toward life as it turned out and the fact that it will go on without her She feels alone alone with her illness and alone with her th. 45 stars for this one Thanks to the amazing Elyse for this oneWow This book packs one hell of a punchThere is no future Think if people knew You put so much time into planning for the future and then it doesn t even exist Who would have thoughtNahid is diagnosed with cancer and given six months to live although the doctors don t know how long it will take for the disease to work its course As a nurse she understands what it s like for a patient to receive this type of diagnosis but she is utterly unprepared for the range of emotions she feels grief fear despair and overwhelming an

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Was forced to flee to Sweden She and her husband abandoned their roots to build a new life in a new country They told themselves they did it for their newborn daughter so she could live free But now as she stands on the precipice facing death Nahid understands that what you thought you escaped will never let you go And without roots can you ever truly be free. This is a very soulful sorrowful book It left me with the feeling of enormous sadnessIt is about living and dying and how short life is and how some of us caught in the darkest events of history have so little preparation for what s to come and no control over the events in our life There is the element of being born into war revolution bloodshed and no ability to withstand it Nahid saves herself but at the same time looses all sense of meaning and joy of life It felt like life happened to her and before she knew it it was over Written in beautiful prose and so well rendered it do


About the Author: Golnaz Hashemzadeh Bonde

Golnaz Hashemzadeh Bonde was born in Iran in 1983 and fled with her parents to Sweden as a young child She graduated from the Stockholm School of Economics and was named one of 50 Goldman Sachs Global Leaders She is the founder and director of Inkludera Invest a non profit organization dedicated to fighting marginalization in society by backing social entrepreneurs who have developed pragmatic