The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul: The heart-warming and uplifting international bestseller

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The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul: The heart-warming and uplifting international bestseller

The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul: The heart-warming and uplifting international bestseller

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It is a very easy read and the author, Deborah Rodriguez, has lived and run a cafe in Kabul herself so you can have some confidence that she probably knows what she is writing about. The 38-year-old American’s pride and joy is the Kabul Coffee House, where she brings hospitality to the expatriates, misfits, missionaries, and mercenaries who stroll through its doors.

I just didn't believe the writing of this author, she lost me when she didn't take the time to understand the Afghans she was trying to portray. He believes strongly in the teachings of the Koran, but traditions of Afghanistan, and peer pressure from the country's ways have him confused. If this was just a romantic romp then I could say 'Fine' and be happy with the flat characters but in this book they screamed for more building.Sunny has already been in Afghanistan a while at the beginning of the book but both Candace and Isabel are new, although Isabel has previously been in war torn countries but in Africa.

Read this if you like stories about how love changes people and be grateful for where you are, especially the X chromosome. Challenges the characters were facing, and some of them were huge, were worked out in no time, really easily. And finally there’s elderly den mother Halajan, whose secret new hobby is itself an act of rebellion. Pretty much everyone agreed that this was an easy read, which transported its readers to another world. Bea, Charlie's eccentric grandmother, who is convinced a reunion with her estranged mother will help Charlie heal.To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.

Deborah spent five years teaching and later directing the Kabul Beauty School, the first modern beauty academy and training salon in Afghanistan. She was the only British character in the story, and she just used a few too many “bloodys” and “blokes” for my liking.Oh, lord … being a vegetarian (or worse, a vegan) in Japan is nearly as bad as relying on oxygen if you live under the sea. Yazmina is a young woman from a remote village; when she's kidnapped and left on a city street, pregnant and alone, Sunny gives her a home - but all Yazmina wants is to find a way to rescue her sister from the same fate. It’s a good few years ago since I read the other books by the author in this trilogy but the author does a good job in writing the story in a way that certain parts triggered my memory and there is also enough information given so you don’t feel you are missing any background on the characters, making it easy to read as a standalone. I’ll admit, I only knew a little about the fall of Kabul in 2021, which is the time this story is set. As this group of men and women discover that there’s more to one another than meets the eye, they’ll form an unlikely friendship that will change not only their own lives but the lives of an entire country.



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