Books by Ru Freeman

EXTRAORDINARY RENDITION by Ru Freeman
CURRENT AFFAIRS
Released: Dec. 3, 2015

"A vibrant, high-spirited collection that will appeal to those on one side of this complex geopolitical conundrum."
An anthology calling upon American writers to address the plight of the Palestinians. Read full book review >
ON SAL MAL LANE by Ru Freeman
Released: May 14, 2013

"Lovingly written, historically rich and compassionate to all sides of the turmoil, this tale is also frustratingly distant, leaving the reader sympathetic but not fully engaged."
Sri Lanka erupted into violence in the 1980s, with people identifying themselves as Tamil or Sinhalese, Hindu or Buddhist, Burgher or Muslim—the conflicts brewed over language policies, territories and curfews. Read full book review >
A DISOBEDIENT GIRL by Ru Freeman
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 21, 2009

"An earnest, worthy, well-crafted debut."
Human-rights activist Freeman considers selfhood, desire and social status in her first novel. Read full book review >