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review A Fathers betrayal 107 Ù Muna and her three sisters were happy children growing up in Newport South Wales with their English mother and Arabic father But in 1972 her mother disappeared setting in motion a chain of events which would forever shatter her seemingly loving familyTh their English mother and Arabic father But in 1972 her mother disappeared settin. I absolutely loved this book When I first started this book I was dipping in and out of it but the further I got into it the I had to read to the point where I ignored everything elseUnfortunately the plight of Muna and her family is not uniue which makes the story told in the book all the disturbing and upsetting However Muna's story pulled at my heartstrings I had to keep reading to see what would happen next The strength of the girls and their resilience is amazing and no human being should have to endure what many in the book have had to I would love to know the next steps in the story and hope that there will be a seuel

Gabriella Gillespie ↠ 7 review

G in motion a chain of events which would forever shatter her seemingly loving fami. 45 stars I subtracted points for confusing punctuation and awkward syntax but it's a very compelling and harrowing memoir

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A Fathers betrayalMuna and her three sisters were happy children growing up in Newport South Wales wi. A Fathers Betrayal is the heart wrenching true story of Muna who along with her sisters are taken back to her father's home country and subjected to years of physical and mental abuseEven though Muna's father was uite strict especially with their mother overall their time in England was a happy one That is until their mother disappears Their mother is never found but their father is still sent to prison for foul playEven though the girls are taken into care luckily theirs is a happy experience and they grow to love their foster parents Unfortunately when their father is released he has other plans for themKnowing only to well how girls women get treated in some middle eastern countries I knew that what would be in store for Muna and her sisters would not be pleasantFrom here on in Muna's journey is very much a bitter sweet one There are a few moments of happiness but unfortunately those precious few moments are over clouded by the abuse that she has to suffer from the hands of her husband and her dadHow I would have loved to have got hold of some of the men in this book the way they treat their women and in some cases their children really shocked and appalled me In one part Muna has been pushed to her very limits and loses it with her dad a big fight ends up taking place between them I felt like I was on the side line shouting and cheering Muna on to thrash the life out of her fatherMy heart really went out to Muna and also to Yas her sister I just hope that one day the Government in these countries start making a stand and stop allowing children under the age of sixteen to be married off and to be treat with respect Women should have just as many rights as men regardless of which country they live in and I find it really appalling that it is still going on right up until this day and no doubt for years to comeA Father's Betrayal is a harrowing story but one that deserves to be told My only little niggle is that I would have liked some sort of epilogue as I was left with lots of uestions otherwise than this it really is a must readMany thanks to Rachel at Authoright for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review