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Free ↠ The Kingdom of Roses and Thorns By Debra Liebenow Daly – Fanfaremedia.co.uk chapter 1 The Kingdom of Roses and Thorns, meaning The Kingdom of Roses and Thorns, genre The Kingdom of Roses and Thorns, book cover The Kingdom of Roses and Thorns, flies The Kingdom of Roses and Thorns, The Kingdom of Roses and Thorns c6042bd01b596 The Kingdom Of Swaziland, In Southern Africa, Boasts Breathtaking Mountain Ranges, Friendly People And A Peaceful Political Climate Scratch The Surface, And One Finds A Country Battling The Ravages Of The World S Worst HIV AIDS Epidemic, Devastating Poverty, And The Lack Of Rights For Women In The Kingdom Of Roses And Thorns Five Swazi Women Overcome Devastating Hardships With Unwavering Determination And Inner Strength They Are Pulled Between Their Faith In God, Their Knowledge Of Modern Science, And Their Own Traditional Values Anna, Sarie, Elizabeth, Busisiwe, And Thembekile All Face Different Obstacles In Their Lives, But Ultimately, They Survive Through The Same Strength, Faith And Perseverance That Characterize Women Everywhere Against The Striking Backdrop Of The Swazi Mountains, These Women Are Truly Perfect Roses In A Difficult And Thorny World


10 thoughts on “The Kingdom of Roses and Thorns

  1. says:

    This is a book of 5 short stories about 5 Swazi women Anna, Sarie, Elizabeth, Busisiwe, and Thembekile They all have faced different obstacles in their lives It is set in a beautiful country that under the surface reveals a terrible HIV AIDS epidemic, poverty, and lack or rights for women These women try to overcome their circumstances to give themselves and their children better lives The stories cross each woman s life from childhood into adulthood and beyond as they struggle to better t This is a book of 5 short stories about 5 Swazi women Anna, Sarie, Elizabeth, Busisiwe, and Thembekile They all have faced different obstacles in their lives It is set in a beautiful country that under the surface reveals a terrible HIV AIDS epidemic, poverty, and lack or rights for women These women try to overcome their circumstances to give themselves and their children better lives The stories cross each woman s life from childhood into adulthood and beyond as they struggle to better themselves.And that is all I am going to say about this book I had looked at several books about Swaziland, and this one got the best reviews, so I stuck with that But the writing is not good at all It is written almost child like with very little depth or character development It would have been better if the author would have picked one character and slowed down the proces and wrotein depth about their life story You don t get the ability with this book to care about the characters at all And with the poor writing, it just makes you want to roll your eyes with these stories


  2. says:

    A delightful read about the culture and people of Swaziland I loved how the author tied together the stories of the women The book was entertaining and informative I also found myself thinking about modern American society and how it compares and contrasts I highly recommend To be fair, I read this book while on a cruise so I had lots of time to read.