- True lives
The memoir of Malala Yousafzai, the school girl who stood up to the Taliban. Unabridged edition.
it is an autobiography
It was interesting - set up in Pakistan and she came to England. I am afraid I had some problems with words to read,
This is a very heartfilled book which I would highly recommend to everyone. Malala is a very insparational girl who everyone should know about. Her story is amazing and should be spread far and wide.
IT IS A STORY OF A GIRL WHO FOUGHT FOR GIRL EDUCATION BUT AS HER ATTEMPT THAT A GIRL SHOULD BE EDUCATED WAS NOT LIKED BY THE CRUEL TALIBAN .READ THIS BOOK!
The saddest book I have EVER read but it shows how hard life out there really is and how unfortunate some countries are
A poignant book with descriptions of the panoramic landscapes juxtaposing the slums of Swat so cinematic you can almost see them forming before your eyes. It raises interesting perspectives not just on the ultimate evil of the Taliban but of the evilness and corruption of our very own overlords, making the issues raised in the Biography seem all the more close to home. Would recommend to anyone with an interest in politics or who felt a connection with Malala's story. Would not recommend to anyone in the Taliban.
The thrilling autobiography of Malala, so gripping and you can really feel what she believes. An amazing story
How lucky we are! You cannot but feel humble when reading this book. We take so much for granted about education, our rights to express ourselves, live without threat of violating attacks etc. The struggles of Malala's father to build a school and strive to provide education are so far removed from the society in which we live. This is a book that raises so many moral, religious and ethical questions and challenges us as individuals to reflect on our lives and our values.
This book tells the story of Malala, a Pakistani girl who stood up for the rights of women and publicly spoke out against the Taliban. The book very moving, as it tells the history of Malala's mother and father, talking about their child hood and backgrounds. Her father is as out spoken as his daughter and receives multiple death threats from the Taliban, which, thankfully, are never carried out. Malala also tells the story of when she was shot in the head on October 10th 2012. Nearer the beginning of the book, it also explains the history of the Taliban and the country of Pakistan. This is one of the best books I've read in years and I think everyone aged 8+ needs to read it!!!!!!!!!
I liked this book because reading this book made realise how much I take for granted everyday,freedom of speech ,religion and many more.And that is the reason I loved this book and how she stood up for education.
It is a non-fiction story based on the life of a girl who lived her first 17 years in Pakistan fighting for women's rights and for free education for every boy and girl. It's easy to read but really interesting. It also helps to meditate on our world's problems.