Book Review: Three Daughters of Eve

Despite minuscule flaws, Elif Shafak's Three Daughters of Eve has the ability to draw the reader into the world of religious conundrums, difficult dilemmas and personal reflection. Peri Nalbantoglu encounters a violent vagrant on the streets in Istanbul all because of her stolen purse. Though scatted, she gets through the misadventure and continues with her dinner party plans … Continue reading Book Review: Three Daughters of Eve

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