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Amal Unbound kindle Ô Hardcover read í dogsalonbristol Õ ➵ [Reading] ➷ Amal Unbound By Aisha Saeed ➪ – The compelling story of a girl’s fight to regain her life and dreams after being forced into indentured servitudeLife is uiet and ordinary in Amal’s Pakistani vN she inadvertently makes an enemy of a girl named Nabila Most troubling though is Amal’s growing awareness of the Khans’ nefarious dealings When it becomes clear just how far they will go to protect their interests Amal realizes she will have to find a way to work with others if they are ever to exact change in a cruel status uo and if Amal is ever to achieve her drea Amal Unbound tells the story of Amal a young girl living in a small village in Pakistan who unknowingly insults the corrupt landlord of her village and as a result is forced to become a servant in order to pay off her family’s debt “Sometimes I wish I did not pay such careful attention Maybe then I would not have learned that they thought being a girl was such a bad thing” I really enjoyed this book and I need to read books like these by Pakistani authors It’s not even just that I loved the plot which I really did it’s that I’m seeing all aspects of my culture represented in literature and it honestly feels amazing Just small things like seeing the name Shaukat in a book which is my father’s name and seeing village life through Amal’s eyes that just remind me of my mother’s stories of her own childhood growing up in a village “I thought hope had vanished But hope was a tricky thing It found its way back to me” Amal was a really interesting protagonist mainly because she holds so much strength and hope in her heart for someone so young and it really made me admire her Her journey through being forced to become a slave to becoming a part of a team taking down the corrupt landlord just felt really heartwarming especially seeing her grow and make decisions for herself The only thing I have to say though is that the ending felt a little rushed and resolved really uickly but apart from that it was a really strong book “In a week or so we can see how things are going” my father continued “But in any case remember you have already learned a lot More than many of the neighborhood girls You can read and write What do you need to know?”I always thought my parents knew me well So how could he ask me that? What did I need to know?The whole world Abu the whole world” I also really enjoyed Amal uestioning the thinking in her village especially when it came down to the treatment of boys compared to girls I liked that Amal stood up for herself and recognised that it was wrong that her education wasn’t seen as a priority and that what was important was for her to become someone in the house that should look after others and learn how to maintain a household But I liked that even from a young age Amal was fighting and uestioning these beliefs in her own way “Life isn’t fair Maybe it was true but why was that a reason to just accept everything and go along with it?” Overall Amal Unbound made me realise just how much I need books representing my culture I can never get enough of books like these

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The compelling story of a girl’s fight to regain her life and dreams after being forced into indentured servitudeLife is uiet and ordinary in Amal’s Pakistani village but she had no complaints and besides she’s busy pursuing her dream of becoming a teacher one day Her dreams are temporarily dashed when–as the eldest daughter–she must stay home from school to take Finally A book that's set in Pakistan I got real excited when I got my hands on this one I just wish there were a bit details of Pakistan but since that's not the main topic it's uite understandableIt's uite a short fun read so I really recommend itJust look at the cover It's so pretty

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Amal UnboundCare of her siblings Amal is upset but she doesn’t lose hope and finds ways to continue learning Then the unimaginable happens–after an accidental run in with the son of her village’s corrupt landlord Amal must work as his family’s servant to pay off her own family’s debtLife at the opulent Khan estate is full of heartbreak and struggle for Amal–especially whe The book cover is a piece of art and this book is written for a younger audience like kids between 9 and 13 I think Aisha Saeed's books should be put into every school curriculumIn Pakistan Amal holds on to her dream of being a teacher even after becoming an indentured servant to pay off her family's debt to the wealthy and corrupt Khan familyThe book as the previous one Aisha Saeed wrote burned me I felt angry and I wanted to enter the book and save Amal from the tyrant monster who made her a slave I felt that Khan dude to be much older but he was in his early twenties Amal's name in Arabic means Hope الأمل and I think it's such a suitable name she hopes for a better future for herself and others and hopes to change the injustice in her villageOn the other hand I believe that some things are disguised as bad things might be good things in the long run In the beginning of the book Amal was treated like an unpaid maid to her family they depended on her too much while she is a child as well and her father didn't care about her education She only imagined herself as the woman she respected the most her teacher in school That's what she wanted to beWhen she moved to the Khan estate she saw a different sides to the same story she might have come by force but many others loved staying and working in that house She had the opportunity to be exposed to both a different lifestyle and education both with different people and books The books she read wouldn't have been available to her in her house or school Amal might have felt she lost something by what happened to her but maybe she gained than anyone else in her small town She saw for herself how rich people lived she learned different things like how to be strong on her own and most importantly that people even the ones you loved than anything could move on and forget you That she is stronger and braver than her parents Her father was obviously planning on stopping her education so maybe what happened benefited her in the long run her father felt ashamed and indebted to her she gained her freedom in her imprisonmentThe book ends in an open way I think Amal could be anything she wants not just a teacher I think she is the one who is going to succeed between ALL of her friends and neighbors she might even travel and see the world someday This girl is a fighter