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Read The Heart of Aleppo ePub Ô Kindle Edition ✓ #1 Bestseller in Asian American LiteratureAvailable in paperback Kindle and Kindle UnlimitedWinner of the 2019 Independent Press Award From the ashes of the Syrian Civil War comes this story of hope love and courage After standing for over 7000 years Aleppo's ruin came overnight Se#1 Bestseller in Asian American LiteratureAvailable in paperback Kindle and Kindle UnlimitedWinner of the 2019 Independent Press Award From the ashes of the Syrian Civil War comes this story of hope love and courage After standing for over 7000 years Aleppo's ruin came overnight Separated from his family during the night the rebels attacked the city 13 year old Zaid Kadir is lost in the middle of a war zone Along This is way out of my comfort zone I never read books about war or follow news about it I've mostly heard about the Syrian Civil War in terms of territories being seized or recovered as if they were pieces on a game board Zaid the 13 year old hero of this story was similarly protected by his parents from unpleasant and worrying news so it is all the shocking for him when he is present at the initial assault on his home town of Aleppo Within an astonishingly short time this bright bustling modern city is reduced to a silent smoking ruin Zaid and his friends are separated from their families and struggle to return home to them It becomes clear that neither side in the conflict is even considering the civilians caught in the crossfire They must rely on themselves Zaid the dreamer finds reserves of strength and courage within himself; gentle Fatima calmly treats knife and gunshot wounds; and her older brother Salman shoulders unaccustomed responsibility I was impressed with the messages of hope and heroism and with the restrained treatment of religious faithI would like to see this book read in schools It's entirely appropriate for that It has the excitement of a post apocalyptic adventure with the sobering knowledge that this destruction actually happened in our lifetime It powerfully evokes the chaos of war And also it gives a picture – through flashbacks – of a strong culture and community that our hearts can recognize

The Heart of Aleppo#1 Bestseller in Asian American LiteratureAvailable in paperback Kindle and Kindle UnlimitedWinner of the 2019 Independent Press Award From the ashes of the Syrian Civil War comes this story of hope love and courage After standing for over 7000 years Aleppo's ruin came overnight Separated from his family during the night the rebels attacked the city 13 year old Zaid Kadir is lost in the middle of a war zone Along This is way out of my comfort zone I never read books about war or follow news about it I've mostly heard about the Syrian Civil War in terms of territories being seized or recovered as if they were pieces on a game board Zaid the 13 year old hero of this story was similarly protected by his parents from unpleasant and worrying news so it is all the shocking for him when he is present at the initial assault on his home town of Aleppo Within an astonishingly short time this bright bustling modern city is reduced to a silent smoking ruin Zaid and his friends are separated from their families and struggle to return home to them It becomes clear that neither side in the conflict is even considering the civilians caught in the crossfire They must rely on themselves Zaid the dreamer finds reserves of strength and courage within himself; gentle Fatima calmly treats knife and gunshot wounds; and her older brother Salman shoulders unaccustomed responsibility I was impressed with the messages of hope and heroism and with the restrained treatment of religious faithI would like to see this book read in schools It's entirely appropriate for that It has the excitement of a post apocalyptic adventure with the sobering knowledge that this destruction actually happened in our lifetime It powerfully evokes the chaos of war And also it gives a picture – through flashbacks – of a strong culture and community that our hearts can recognize

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The Heart of Aleppo Þ Ghtest What readers are saying The Heart of Aleppo does for Syria what The Kite Runner did for AfghanistanHeart wrenching powerful story that portrays heroism and hope under the worst circumstancesAs a fan of The Book Thief I really enjoyed this readMoving tale of how war effects children I have seen the war reported on the news but this book really brings it home how it has affected families on a day to day basis A beautiful novel that will stay with me for a long time Habib managed to write Zaid as a character many people will be able to relate to A teenage boy with hopes and dreams of the future who's innocence is uickly destroyed when the first bombs start to fall The conflicting emotions Zaid experiences about his brother his family the military and life in general are put into words beautifully Thanks to Habib's writing I was able to really picture Aleppo and the destruction that took place I would definitely recommend this novel to other people to gain insight of what is going on in Syria and to see things from a different perspective Rather than all the news coverage we've all seen before this novel allows us to understand the humanitarian aspect mobi Ù The Heart of Aleppo ✓ Ammar Habib

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Ammar Habib ✓ The Heart of Aleppo ePub Side his friends he is forced to survive the dangers of a civil war he does not even fully understand Zaid witnesses the destruction of the brutal Syrian Civil War as it grows deadly by the day and rips his city apart However as he braves this destruction as he desperately tries to survive this catastrophe he discovers something Zaid realizes that it is in the darkest hours when humanity's spirit of hope burns bri Heart wrenching powerful story that portrays heroism and hope under the worst circumstancesThis is a beautifully written and emotionally charged book that gives its readers a glimpse of the terrible ordeals people in war torn countries go through This is not a political tale nor does it take sides in any way It simply tells the story of an average young man and how his life gets turned upside down when his country and it's government decide war is the only solution to their problems This story is told in first person from the perspective of Zaid a 13 year old boy that is no different than any 13 year old boy you may know He has plans for a future he has a crush he has homework But everything changes around him when his city becomes a war zone that he and all of the other civilians are stuck inside of Ammar Habib's writing and descriptions are so clear and well written I could feel the destruction around me and hear the battle as it raged His characters are so real my heart hurt for Zaid when he was down and soared for him when he was proving how good people could be This book truly opened my eyes to things happening in other parts of the world that I'd had no idea about