: The Princess Trilogy: Boxed Set (Princess; Princess Sultana’s Daughters; Princess Sultana’s Circle) (): Jean Sasson: Books. Princess: A True Story of Life Behind the Veil in Saudi Arabia, Princess Sultana’s Daughters, Princess Sultana’s Circle (Princess Trilogy), Princess, Mo. The Complete Princess Trilogy has ratings and 41 reviews. Jean Sasson has garnered an audience with a Saudi Princess, who shares her life. This alone .

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Priincess 3 are impossible to put down from page one. Published November 8th by Smashwords Edition first published January 1st The first book in this nonfiction trilogy describes the true life of Princess Sultana, a princess in assson royal house of Saudi Arabia where she lives in a “gilded cage” with no freedom and no control over her own life. I dare you not love it.

The author, in the telling of these true stories, describes how the beliefs and attitudes of both sexes prinfess shaped and continue to be shaped by a social culture dating back many centuries. Share your thoughts with other customers. No thought to making the girl educated or giving her an opportunity to have a say in her future. This tells the story of Maryam Khail, a woman from Afghanistan that had her son kidnapped from her by her husband.

The writing is simple and, for the most part, straight forward.

An avid reader from an early age, she had read all the books in her school library by the time she was 15 years old. Sultana will never accept her male-dominated world. The way some of the women are treated in Saudi Arabia is shocking. Troy, AlabamaUnited States. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.


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It’s amazing to me to see the blend of extreme wealth and total repression these women endure. The two women kept in contact until, inMayada was arrested by Saddam Hussein ‘s secret police.

I highly recommend this trilogy. Views Read Edit View history. Yasmeena’s subsequent capture, imprisonment and repeated rape is detailed in the book. The story details how both families were affected by devastating tragedy and adversity, as trillgy as how they overcame it.

The most startling revelation of all, however, is that the lives of triloby women in the fabulously wealthy House of Al Saud, even royal princesses, are repressed and constricted. This first book in the trilogy describes the life of Princess Sultana, a princess in the royal house of Saudi Arabia where she lives in a “gilded cage” with no freedom and no control over her own life.

I honestly princss no idea the extent of hatred toward Arab women. One person sassson this helpful. Foreign editions will be available throughout the next year. You have never read a story like the story of Sultana, and you will never forget her or her Muslim sisters. A little internet investigating exposed the series as embellished if not entirely untrue.

First off she got lucky and got to marry a ptincess she loved and that I love all 3 of these book and I really hope that Princess Sultana will write another book soon.


As second-generation members of the royal family who have benefited from Saudi oil wealth, Maha and Amani are surrounded by untold opulence and luxury from the day they were born and which they take for granted.

The Complete Princess Trilogy

Explore the Home Gift Guide. Her strong desire to uproot herself from her rural surroundings led her to kean at the opportunity to work and travel abroad. He may have a temporary marriage.

First off she got lucky and got to marry a man she loved and that loves and worships her, he does not beat her or treat her bad, they have 3 great kids and her husband never took anymore wives.

The 2nd book , it would have been really good if it was princes fiction book.

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Books by Jean Sasson. I truly pray that she and her sisters have taken ther Well Sasson tells their stories.

Though I was relieved that she finally spoke openly about her feelings with the men in jeah family, I am left with a feeling that s I enjoyed learning things about a culture that I knew little about.