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5.0 out of 5 stars Eye-opening stories from some corageous women
Invisible Women starts with an abreviated version of Jacky Trevane's first book, Fatwa. I haven't read this and in a way, wish I had read it first and ommitted the first 56 pages of this book.
The following 8 chapters are devoted to the stories of 8 women whose circumstances, all beyond their own control, have led to them being in the position of feeling "invisible"...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Invisible Women - great courage
A good follow up to Fatwa. Some of the stories of treatment of these women is particularly harrowing. A great eye opener
Published on 14 Aug 2010 by Mrs. S. Wade


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6 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars fantasic read, 29 Jun 2006
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K. W. Meldrum (UK) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Invisible Women: True Stories of Courage and Survival (Paperback)
I have read both Jacky Trevane books,I think anyone that takes the time to read boths these books will realise maybe it can happen to anyone.When she meet her first husband she was a low point in her life and he could sensed this and took advantage.I dont think Jackie is the first westeren women this has happened to and dont think she will be the last.I wish her and her family all the best for the future.I hope maybe if only one person reads these and brings them to there senses then one life in saved for all the pain and misery Jackie and other women have endured at the hand of these men.Its not all sun sea and sand.What westeren women need to wake up a realise is that these men have be brought up in a country where women are treated like second class citizens.I they also think they can change centuries of tradition.
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