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Eight Months on Ghazzah Street
Eight Months on Ghazzah Street: A Novel | Hilary Mantel
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A taut and terrifying trip into a distorting mirror--a novel as tense, immediate, and chilling as the world it depicts. "A Middle Eastern Turn of the Screw with an insidious power to grip."-Time Out
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Goodreads tell me I finished this the first time just before Christmas in 2015. My life has changed so much! I once again found the book engrossing and somehow comforting in a way I can't explain to anybody. ⭐⭐⭐⭐

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Has anyone else read Eight Months on Ghazzah Street? It was an unexpected read for me, I didn't know anything about the book, and I loved it. And now I can't find it! I spoke to my mom today and was relieved to hear she has my Alias Grace, which was also "missing" - did I lend Eight Months to someone and forget? Mommy brain is real...

BarbaraJean I've had Wolf Hall on my TBR for what seems like forever, but I haven't heard of this one ! Will have to check it out! 6y
MommyWantsToReadHerBook It's completely different from Wolf Hall or its sequel, it's about British expats in Saudi Arabia in the 80s. So well written. 6y
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