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  1. says:

    This is a strange but beautiful book It's not a light read and while the storyline is interesting enough it's all the small yet profound observations that make this book a winner I can see why now Ahlem Mostaghnemi is a celebrated Arab writer Considering this is a translation of her Arabic work it's been done masterfully If you like to ponder big uestions and like to see a meaning behind everything that happens if you like to ph

  2. says:

    One of the best daring Arabic piece of literature ever written by such talented female writer

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    Introspective Algerian unsatisfied married woman dates other men

  4. says:

    Ahlem Mosteghanemi’s Chaos of the Senses is the second instalment in an award – winning trilogy that cemented

  5. says:

    I Like the Subject and I'll start reading it with in days Start reading and like it BIG TIME

  6. says:

    it is true that i am used to feel touched by

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    I hate this too much

  8. says:

    A very beautiful and moving story of a relationship between a literary oriented female writer and a man who is extracted from her delusional imagination Certainly It was the first Arabic novel i've read in years 3

  9. says:

    During the years of political upheaval in 1990s Algeria Hayat a young second wife to a high ranking military figure occupies herself with writ

  10. says:

    As the first book is amazingly attractive with the style and rich with beautiful expressions

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review · eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ð Ahlam Mosteghanemi

'Love always sits in a seat other than the one we were expecting it to right alongside the place where we expected love to be' In the midst of the Algerian civil war Hayat is a young novelist trapped in a loveless marriage While her husband a high ranking officer preoccupies himself with politics Hayat finds freedom from her highly regimented life in the world of her writing. Introspective Algerian unsatisfied married woman dates other men

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There she weaves a passionate story for her characters But the line between fiction and reality blurs when she falls for a man who seems to have walked straight out of the pages of her notebook a man who seduces her instead of her heroine with his silence As love on paper becomes a forbidden love lived out in the dark corners of a broken city Hayat's country convulses with. Ahlem Mosteghanemi s Chaos of the Senses is the second instalment in an award winning trilogy that cemented her reputation as the bestselling female author in the Arab world and a bona fide literary phenomenon Set in the early 1990s at Algeria which was being rocked by relentless political upheavals and mindless violence the novel tackles the immortal themes of love and death somehow infusing it with freshness and a robust heartiness Hayat the daughter of a war hero and wife of a high ranking government official whose job it is to snuff out any threats to the ruling regime seeks to detach herself from the unfolding strife around her and the iron fist of her husband by escaping into a world of heady passion that she herself has constructed with reckless abandon within the pages of her book content to pour out the flames of her endless desire into a river of ink When one of Hayat s characters steps into her real world following a bizarre collusion of strange circumstances and stranger coincidences she sees the opportunity for the romance of a lifetime and throwing caution to the winds rushes headlong into a torrid affair As she herself puts it so succinctly the writing process in which I d sought refuge from life would take me albeit obliuely back towards life itself thrusting me into a story that would one page after another become my own The happy blurring between the boundaries of reality and fiction takes a turn for the worse when her loyal driver of many years and a military man is killed during one of her reckless flights of fancy But Hayat is too drunk on forbidden love and even as tragedy overtakes her homeland as well as family and threatens to consume herself as well she is too far gone to even think of turning back Sucked into a swirling vortex of tender emotion and perfect kisses Hayat is a willing captive content to ride the untamed steeds of longing that took her to him Her make believe reality is powered by the language of silence and dialogues that take on the attributes of a supremely satisfying monologue played out in the private recesses of the mind and the exuisite lovemaking has an almost masturbatory uality to it taking the reader along on her on a tumultuous ride into the stormy depths of unshackled love and the overwhelming wonder and puzzlement it engenders Needless to say in keeping with the precedent of every great love story ever written death awaits at the final turning rather like the cold shower that has successfully doused many a heated loin and to return the player to a reality that has been stripped clean of every hint of passion robbing it of flavour and leaving it as starkly unpalatable as ever Thus it is in allowing Chaos of the Senses to succumb to clich that Mosteghanemi succeeds in bringing it full circle

review · eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ð Ahlam Mosteghanemi

Political upheaval In a place where those who dare to write the truth are made to pay a heavy price she and her characters will discover that no one can truly be the author of their own destiny The second novel in the international bestselling trilogy from 'the literary phenomenon' Elle Ahlem Mosteghanemi Chaos of the Senses is a powerful story of love identity and liberatio. A very beautiful and moving story of a relationship between a literary oriented female writer and a man who is extracted from her delusional imagination Certainly It was the first Arabic novel i ve read in years 3