Eight Months on Ghazzah Street
by Hilary Mantel
Editor: HarperCollins Publishers
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From there, twice winner of the Man Booker Prize, a prescience and novel haunting life in Saudi ArabiaFrances de la Rive is a cartographer, by trade, a map maker, but when her husband takes her to work in Saudi Arabia, she finds herself unable to map the Kingdom of the Dark Regions.The regime is corrupt and rigorous, expatriates are difficult to drink money-extractors, and its Muslim neighbors are discreet, attentiveThe streets are not a woman’s territory; confined in her apartment, she finds her sense of self beginning to dissolveShe hears whispers, sounds of the distress of the “emptiness” flat above her headShe only has rumors, not made to hold on to, and no one to share her crawling discomfort with.Like his days empty of certainty and object, his life becomes a void waiting to be filled by violence and disasters.
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