Books by Ghazal Omid

Released: July 30, 2005

"Passionate and commanding."
A frightening memoir of growing up under Iran's male-dominated oppressors, confirming that the mad ayatollahs have, in 27 years, wrecked a once-vibrant nation and destroyed its culture. Read full book review >

"A heartwarming, inspiring book for adults and children alike."
In Omid's debut children's book, an Iranian girl finds company and healing in her friendship with a fine feathered friend. Read full book review >

"A warmly inviting book, but the heroine's rebelliousness suggests there's more to the story."
In Iran, a young Muslim girl forms a strong, affectionate bond with a Jewish family, as recounted in this illustrated children's book based on the author's life. Read full book review >