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    In this rallying cry to outsiders everywhere, Alya Mooro makes her peace with not fitting in.

    Egyptian-born and London-raised, Alya Mooro grew up between two cultures and felt a pull from both. Where could she turn for advice and inspiration when it seemed there was nobody else like her? Today, Mooro is determined to explore and explode the myth that she must identify either as ‘Western’ or as one of almost 400 million other ‘Arabs’ across the Middle East.

    Through countless interviews and meticulous research, as well as her own unique experience, Mooro gives voice to the Middle Eastern women who, like her, don’t fit the mold. Women under pressure to conform to society’s ideals of how a woman should look and behave, what she should want and be. Women who want to think and act and love freely, without feeling that every choice means ‘picking a side’. Women who are two things at once and, consequently, neither.

    Part memoir, part social exploration, this is a book for anyone who has ever felt like an outsider.

    ©2019 Alya Mooro (P)2019 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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    • 02/03/2020

    Much needed!

    Finally a book I can relate to! Alya is a wonderful writer and a brilliant narrator. Some parts made me laugh, others brought me to tears cause I have felt the struggle. It’s takes a lot of work to be able to write about topics that have been drilled in our heads as a taboo ... a must listen to Arabs and non Arabs equally.