Through war and peace, loss and triumph, the strongest among us do what they can to hold onto their dreams. Maryam Tabibzadeh?s rich novel invites the reader to experience one hundred years of Iranian history through the eyes of its passionate characters.
Talah: Born in the late nineteenth century to a well-to-do family, she must find a way to survive after the loss of her second husband.
Baback: In an era of great social change, Talah's first son struggles with his faith as he becomes involved in a heated love affair.
Nosha: Strong and ambitious, the daughter of Baback won't accept the second-class citizenship that her country has traditionally forced upon females.
Interweaving fact and fiction, Persian Dreams brings to life a culture and history that is largely unknown to Westerners, revealing a family, and a story you will never forget.
By Maryam Tabibzadeh
Paperback, 6x9 in, 404 pages
Dream Books, March 2007
Publication Date April 15, 2007 2nd Edition