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Dianna is this young American woman who works at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. and tries to pay of her debts. She is estranged from her mother, who is very sick. And above all Dianna seems to want to be loved, just like everyone else.
Qasim is older, and he already has a whole life behind him. Qasim was born and raised in Libanon, which is now devided by war.
I was really curious about this read. And I guess I had some high expectations about this one too. When I started reading ‘The Shores of Our Souls’ I was a little surprised by how fast this story went. The writing was very descriptive and before I knew it the relationship between Dianna and Qasim was already on its way. And I definitely had some troubles with this relationship. For one I didn’t like how unsecure Dianna was. Not only with Qasim, but in general. Dianna just let people walk all over her at times. Especially her roommate. And Qasim, well I don’t really like men who think they are above woman, and at times reading how Qasim was with Dianna was frustrating. I understand the times were different, but still.
What I did like about this read was the way Dianna and Qasim learned to deal with their two very different cultures. I didn’t really feel there supposed romance, but I did feel there will to understand each other more. And it was definitely fun to read how they slowly let each other into their lives more and more. And in the end I think the writing got better.
‘The Shores of Our Souls’ was definitely a nice read about two people falling in love from two very different cultures. I didn’t really fall in love with this read, but I definitely enjoyed reading it.
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Ms. Ramsperger’s skills shine brightest when she pulls us into Qasim’s life as he is torn between duty to his family and his beloved Lebanon and his feelings for Dianna. The author is skilled at writing from the male viewpoint. This novel breaks down barriers and teaches us that we are more alike than we are different. Brava to the author!
I highly recommend it!
Kathleen M. Rodgers, author of Seven Wings to Glory
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