rooftops of tehran

Rooftops Of Tehran by Mahbod Seraji

Mahbod Seraji

ROOFTOPS OF TEHRAN is a collection of short stories that chronicle the lives of people living in Tehran, Iran. It follows a group of characters who are faced with family and societal pressures as they struggle to maintain their individual identities amidst the establishment's demands for conformity.This book was written by an Iranian author who uses his firsthand experience to paint a detailed picture of life in Tehran. The stories range from dark and dramatic to light-hearted and humorous, but they all have elements that can be traced back to life in Iran.The book contains ten short stories, each one different from one another but all unique and captivating in their own way.

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Mahbod Seraji, an Iranian-born American writer, is the author of the novels "The Road to Somewhere," "A Thousand Days in Tehran," "The Talisman," and "Godless." He was a 2018 PEN/Hemingway Award finalist for his novel "The Talisman." He lives in Washington, D.C.
First off I have to give a big thanks to the author for giving me the opportunity to review his book. It is a short and sweet book that I enjoyed reading. The story is really good and the characters are well developed. There are some parts where I found it slow but I think that it was done on purpose so that the reader would stay hooked. The plot in this book is interesting and I am glad that there is a possible sequel planned.The story starts when a college
I needed to write a literature review about Rooftops Of Tehran and Dragons Oath books. I read Rooftops Of Tehran with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Mahbod Seraji is a wonderful writer.