The Good , The Bad & The Egyptian


Well Yesterday on my way back to Cairo , I had the opportunity to discover that my close friend Dina El Maamoun has posted on her blog a review on Ruptured! And since I know Dina very well, she’s the type who hardly compliments anyone to begin with. And when I asked her to review the book her reply was “Are you sure you want me to do this? ” to which I replied, I know what am in for!

To read her review please find the link to her blog “The Blue Column”

http://thebluecolumn.blogspot.com/2013/03/ruptured-good-bad-and-egyptian.html

I hope you enjoy it !

 

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