THE LITTLE COFFEE SHOP OF KABUL
By Deborah Rodriguez Published by Bantam
WOW and Whoa! And that’s not just a statement about the story, which was wonderful. Rather that refers to all the fiddly bits at the back that I never usually read.
It’s for the story behind the story, and the stories that I will now go out and buy, but I digress.
Have you read The Kite Runner, and were you amazed at the wonderful world that fell prey to such tyranny and fear? Did you feel for the people, their tales, lives and laughter?
This will hit you in the same spot, but it will leave you with hope at the end.
It’s just a little coffee shop in Kabul, as well as the lives of the staff, the owner and the customers; but it pieces together strength and character, culture and philosophy in such a palatable form that the story will be over before you know it.
A tale of five extraordinary women in a most dangerous and beautiful place, The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul is a book that will stay with me for some time, and for all the right reasons. + Get your discounted copy of The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul using the coupon below