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Honour From Award Winning Writer Elif Shafak, The Orange Prize Long Listed Author Of The Forty Rules Of Love And The Architect S Apprentice, Honour Is A Tale Of Love, Betrayal And Clashing Cultures A Powerful Book Thoughtful, Provoking And Compassionate Joanne Harris, Author Of Chocolat My Mother Died Twice I Promised Myself I Would Not Let Her Story Be Forgotten Leaving Her Twin Sister Behind, Pembe Leaves Turkey For Love Following Her Husband Adem To London There The Topraks Hope To Make New Lives For Themselves And Their Children Yet, No Matter How Far They Travel, The Traditions And Beliefs The Topraks Left Behind Stay With Them Carried In The Blood Their Eldest Is The Boy Iskender, Who Remembers Turkey And Feels Betrayal Deeper Than Most His Sister Is Esma, Who Is Loyal And True Despite The Pain And Heartache And, Lastly, Yunus, Who Was Born In London, And Is Shy And DifferentTrapped By The Mistakes Of The Past, The Toprak Children Find Their Lives Shattered And Transformed By A Brutal Act Of MurderA Powerful Novel Set In Turkey And London In The S, Honour Explores Pain And Loss, Loyalty And Betrayal, The Trials Of The Immigrant, The Clash Of Tradition And Modernity, As Well As The Love And Heartbreak That Too Often Tears Families Apart Vivid Storytelling That Explores The Darkest Aspects Of Faith And Love Sunday Telegraph Rich And Wide As The Euphrates River Along Whose Banks It Begins And Ends, Elif Shafak Has Woven With Masterful Care And Compassion One Immigrant Family S Heartbreaking Story A Story Nurtured In The Terrible Silences Between Men And Women Trying To Grow Within Ancient Ways, All The While Growing Past Them I Loved This Book Sarah Blake, Author Of The Postmistress Elif Shafak Joins Writers Such As Hanif Kureishi, Zadie Smith, Monica Ali, Aamer Hussein, Andrea Levy, Hanan Al Shakyh And Leila Aboulela, Who Offer Us Fictional Glimpses Of London S Others The Independent


About the Author: Elif Shafak

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8 thoughts on “Honour

  1. says:

    There s no doubt that The author is very talented and although it s not a happy book it really depicts Turkish culture of the eras covered However with respect to the British and London parts of the story, I found it was lacking in accuracy with respect to the culture, the assimilation of second


  2. says:

    My mother died twice I promised myself I would not let her story be forgotten, but I could never find the time or the will or the courage to write about it The novel s first chapter opens in 1990s London where Esma describes the normal life of a North London mother, taking her twin girls to a birthday p


  3. says:

    Elif Shafak s Honour hinges around one horrible crime The nature of this crime itself is revealed within the first few pages, and the rest of the book is spent examining the lives of the people affected and the events that led up to and contributed to the event It s a story that spans four generations, split be


  4. says:

    Breathtaking, I kinda did not like it in the beginning due to the so many events and characters Later I fell in love and I did not want the story to end I like that the author sheds lights on one of the sad beliefs in Turkey and other countries and how these can lead to regrettable decisions.


  5. says:

    The book was in good condition being second hand The story didn t engage me particularly Apologies to the author.


  6. says:

    A truly gifted writer I am amazed by this author she has a real gift for story telling Her integrity and philosophy seeps into your soul as you read Beautifull thought provoking writing Makes one believe in the magic of creativity Deals with the cruel concept of honour always the burden of women Marvellous contemporary human.


  7. says:

    Totally immersed in this gripping story from start to finish The changes in time and place were well integrated and enhanced the central theme of the story The characters were clearly drawn and empathetic we read this for book group, it wasn t a book I might have naturally chosen but I m really pleased to have read it It s a story that has a


  8. says:

    Enjoyable tale of Turkish Kurds bringing their culture to Britain with tragic results


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