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  1. says: Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Jason Rezaian Jason Rezaian ¹ 9 Review EBOOK FREE [Prisoner]

    EBOOK FREE [Prisoner] It hurts to give a memoir a bad review and even so a memoir of captivity So let me preface this review by saying that I ha

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    EBOOK FREE [Prisoner] Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Jason Rezaian Download Prisoner This is a difficult book to review On the one hand it was interesting and informative and tells a story that must have been truly traumatic for the author On the other hand I felt a little frustrated because I couldn't really connect to Rezaian

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    EBOOK FREE [Prisoner] When someone comes up to Jason Rezaian throws their arm around him and wants to hear all the juicy bits about how he underwent torture at the hands of his Iranian jailers they are somewhat taken aback when they

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    Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Jason Rezaian Jason Rezaian ¹ 9 Review Download Prisoner Update I’ve a had a few months to sleep on this and I thought it’s fair if I reduce my rating to 1 starI feel like a total asshole for giving this book a bad review But let me explainI’m an Iranian and I deeply hate the Iranian government and how they treat people They are unjust brutal and terrifying at best and I would never ever as

  5. says: EBOOK FREE [Prisoner] Jason Rezaian ¹ 9 Review Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Jason Rezaian

    EBOOK FREE [Prisoner] Frustration is writing a review that disappears Only doing this a second time because the book deserves it At times I felt like I too was servin

  6. says: Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Jason Rezaian EBOOK FREE [Prisoner]

    EBOOK FREE [Prisoner] Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Jason Rezaian Jason Rezaian ¹ 9 Review A great book and not what I expected I am embarrassed to share that I did not know much about Jason Rezaian's st

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    Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Jason Rezaian EBOOK FREE [Prisoner] This book is the definition of nonfiction that reads like fiction The author Washington Post Tehran bureau chief Jason Rezaian was arrested by Iranian police in July 2014 He was accused of spying for America which

  8. says: EBOOK FREE [Prisoner] Jason Rezaian ¹ 9 Review Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Jason Rezaian

    EBOOK FREE [Prisoner] Jason Rezaian ¹ 9 Review Download Prisoner I feel bad for giving a memoir about time in an Iranian prison a bad review but that's where we are It was all him I hope he's not as horrible in person as he comes off to be in the book The part that really stuck with me

  9. says: Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Jason Rezaian EBOOK FREE [Prisoner] Jason Rezaian ¹ 9 Review

    EBOOK FREE [Prisoner] Jason Rezaian ¹ 9 Review Download Prisoner Well much like the release of Jason Rezaian from the Iranian prison I am not free to move to another book Rating a memoir is very difficult hi

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    Download Prisoner EBOOK FREE [Prisoner] Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¹ Jason Rezaian I feel like this book is a missed opportunity I had heard about it on Pod Save America and Jason was a guest The book sounded really interest

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When someone comes up to Jason Rezaian throws their arm around him and wants to hear all the juicy bits about how he underwent torture at the hands f his him and wants to hear all the juicy bits about how he underwent torture at the hands Newborn Daddy of his jailers they are somewhat taken aback when they discover that he wasn t physically assaulted but underwent trauma at an even deeper levelf the soul To such a person it is not as vicariously thrilling But to read this generous and at times humorous memoir is to experience what this man suffered for 18 months not knowing whether he was going to walk free Diary of a Domestic Goddess or undergo worse And during the early part suffering the anxietyf not knowing what Yegi his wife was facing since she had been arrested at the same time as he It takes nothing away from the page turning uality Bayou Dreams of this book to know that they both survived their A great book and not what I expected I am embarrassed to share that I did not know much about Jason Rezaian s storyther than the fact that he was in an Iranian prison and was associated with the Iran nuclear deal I assumed that this would be a prison memoir in the category Snowbound with Her Hero of Unbroken with the author enduring andvercoming the trauma Grave Mercy (His Fair Assassin, of abuse in captivity There is no torture in this book and that is partf the terrible deception f Rezaian s imprisonment His captors ften emphasized that their treatment Her Man From Shilo of him was not that bad They didn t beatr physically abuse him After spending months in solitary he was given a roommate and the prison allowed him regular kabob deliveries and conjugal visits with his wife But none The Agents Secret Past (Military Investigations of this erases the fact that he was falsely imprisoned for a year and a halff his life in a nation where he had a legal visa to do the exact work that he was arrested for with no due process was regularly interrogated for Well much like the release Champagne with a Celebrity of Jason Rezaian from the Iranian prison I am not free to move to another book Rating a memoir is very difficult his recounting isnly Secret Agent Affair (The Doctors Pulaski, of 544 days so it is just a short periodf time The Salvation of Zachary Baumkletterer outf his life and Courting Callie (Heart of the West/Bachelor Auction, of a time when he is frustrated frightened and terribly worried I did appreciate the honesty with which his memories are presented and I feel for him eachf the days he lost but life is rarely fair in the long run If you work a safe job live in a safe city then you are likely to have a safe life But those who risk are city then you are likely to have a safe life But those who risk are to get and sometimes the is than they expected The issue at hand is how to rate the memories f someone so the writing was not anything special The memories were rather glibly presented although I am not sure what he could say to make them deeper and meaningful The book was interesting and really nothing It was not than I expected nor his reaction less than ne would expect from someone who is angry and frustrated 35 stars Happy Reading This is a difficult book to review On the Mustang Wild (Wild, one hand it was interesting and informative and tells a story that must have been truly traumatic for the author On thether hand I felt a little frustrated because I couldn t really connect to Rezaian as much as I had hoped Of course I felt for him and his family for what they had to go through but somehow there remained a distance between him telling the story and me the reader which prevented me from being as moved The Little Vintage Carousel by the Sea or engaged as I had hoped I would be Rezaian s bias and resentment is totally understandable but somef his commentary felt elitist and not in keeping with the journalistic tone I assumed he would take given the fact that he was a journalist for the Washington Post at this time I also didn t think the actual writing f the book was that good but it was engaging and interesting and felt relevant to the current times as well I listened to this as an audiobook and the Author Narrates Himself And While narrates himself and while commend him for it because I m sure it s not easy I also felt a little irritated at times because he mispronounced names fairly ften and also yes I know I m awful he always said nucular instead f nuclear and I just wonder why no ne thought to tell him I sound so mean eek I guess I just expected something a little different than I got This all being. “An important story Harrowing and suspenseful yes but it’s also a deep dive into a complex and egregiously misunderstood country with two very different faces There is no better time to know about Iran and Jason Rezaian has seen both Brief Lives of those faces”     Anthony BourdainThe dramatic memoirf the journalist who was held hostage in a high security prison in Tehran for eighteen months and whose release which almost didn’t happen became a part Texas Manhunt (Chance, Texas of the Iran nuclear dealIn July 2014 Washington Post Tehran bureau chief Jason Rezaian was arrested by Iranian police accusedf spying for America The charges were absurd Rezaian’s reporting was a mix f human. PrisonerOn Trust applied his hostage mediation strategies to his wn situation The hostages in Guests Deception of the Ayatollah read All Of The Books Amanda Lindhout built her House in the Sky There is very littlef that here Every Bliss County - Der Traum in Weiß once in a while there was a throwaway line about the pidgin language he cobbled together to communicate with his cellmatesr how he preferred certain kinds The Bride in Blue of booksver thers I wanted to hear so much about that But there seemed to be no place in this book for introspection structure and noble striving place in this book for introspection structure and noble striving there was just rage pettiness and contemptI think what Rezaian went through was horrible and I m very glad he was released And he doesn t we me The Lone Sheriff or anyone else the book we wish he had written But I do wish I had read the Wikipedia article insteadf this book Update I ve a had a few months to sleep The Bridal Suite on this and I thought it s fair if I reduce my rating to 1 starI feel like a total asshole for giving this book a bad review But let me explainI m an Iranian and I deeply hate the Iranian government and how they treat people They are unjust brutal and terrifying at best and I would never ever ask someone to go and visit Iran while the current regime exists I ve left Iran 5 years ago and so far I ve heardf many The Troublesome Angel of my friends being imprisoned like Jason for things they have not done I m sorry that Jason went through that and I think I can understand the terror and anger he must have felt and still does to this day But I need to talk about Jason himself in this book because several things bothered me I listened to This book is the definitionf nonfiction that reads like fiction The author Washington Post Tehran bureau chief Jason Rezaian was arrested by Iranian police in July 2014 He was accused f spying for America which was and is absurd He details the initial arrest which took place in his and his wife s apartment and the thoughts that were going through his head Is this for real this sound like a movie plot and It was that were going through his head Is this for real this sound like a movie plot and It was implausible but it was happening He s blindfolded way before BirdBox fame when he was taken ut The Desert Princes Proposal of his cell even to meet hiswn lawyer Threats The Makeover Prescription (Sugar Falls, Idaho of death and dismemberment were tactics that were used almost dailyn him One can understand why prisoners get worn down by interrogations uite scary Jason was lucky in that his brother worked hard to lobby for him and started a social media campaign FreeJason all while Iranian courts used him as a bargaining chip in negotiations for the Iran nuclear dealI read an advance copy and was not compensated I feel like this book is a missed The Million-Dollar Question opportunity I had heard about itn Pod Save America and Jason was a guest The book sounded really interesting and I was hoping to learn It was good for about the first 5% After that the narrator became totally unlikeable It Is Hard To Say That In is hard to say that in memoir about being a captive in an Iranian prison but it s true The narrator s voice started to feel so inauthentic as he was constantly just aiming for praise He s like the cool kid in high school that never gets ver it The entire book was full f name dropping famous people who a lot The Book of Pride of times had nothing else to do with the story besides being mentionednce There were SO MANY cringey moments Jason is a misogynist and a racist He will take any The Hidden Kingdom (Wings of Fire Graphic Novel) opportunity he can to disregard a woman commentingn what she s wearing and how she looks To be honest I put this book down several times and never had a desire to pick it up and keep reading like I get with good books I wanted to finish it though I wanted the details The Counts Blackmail Bargain of the end But I had to push through all the name dropping arrogant racist and sexist remarks he felt so inclined to make Disgusting comments that somehow passed through his editor To be honest I am a little shocked that he is a professional writer yet his writing was awful There were tonsf moments where he threw things in in the middle Conscious of chapters which never came back to connect to anything else I was confused in a lotf moments It s unfortunate This could have been a decent book if the narrator wasn t so absolutely terrible. Clear dealIn Prisoner Rezaian writes f his exhausting interrogations and farcical trial He also reflects n his idyllic childhood in Northern California and his bond with his Iranian father a rug merchant; how his teacher Christopher Hitchens inspired him to pursue journalism; and his life changing decision to move to Tehran where his career took Chosen by the Alien Lord (Rusneon Mates, off and he met his wife Written with wit humor and grace Prisoner brings to life a fascinating maddening culture in all its complexity“Jason paid a deep price in defensef  journalism and his story proves that not everyone who defends freedom carries a gun some carry a pen” John F Kerry 68th Secretary f Stat. So it was bviously a traumatic and scary experience I cannot even imagine going through and it shed some light Run Forever on a country that is in the news so much these days though as I saidbviously not an unbiased Latin Lovers Greek Husbands Bundle oneFind reviews and bookish fun at Frustration is writing a review that disappears Only doing this a second time because the book deserves it At times I felt like I too was serving time in an Iranian prison I had to hurry up and finish it so I could getut The Forgotten of my sordid cell Partsf the book are monotonous it needed to be this way for me to understand the experience Jason and his wife Selehi are ambushed and impriso I feel bad for giving a memoir about time in an Iranian prison a bad review but that s where we are It was all him I hope he s not as horrible in person as he comes First Night Memories (Rot Ruin, off to be in the book The part that really stuck with me is he s at trial trying to get his freedom back yet he s worried about mocking the female lawyer for her mustache It hurts to give a memoir a bad review and even so a memoirf captivity So let me preface this review by saying that I have nothing but respect for Rezaian and all he endured I am sure it was even difficult and complicated than he detailed in this book and anything negative I write here is directed toward the book and how he portrays himself and events in it not him n a personal level r his lived experiencesI told Jeremy early n that this book was really good Then today I told him I finished it and that I didn t like almost hated it What changed Well it s simple I got to know the Author You See This Memoir You see this memoir ne The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs of those books where you find yourself not really wanting to spend time with the author svert presence But guess what this author s Damnable Grace: Hades Hangmen Series, Book 5 overt presence isn every page because a it s a memoir f b his time in prison There is no escape to be had and he is insufferableLet me be specific in this book he comes ff as culturally insensitive at bestracist at worst He is misogynistic He is petty He is mean And he takes every pportunity to be sarcastic r to show contempt You know it s getting bad when you start noticing these things and then say to yourself well but he IS unjustly imprisoned in Iran and then you reply to yourself but stillSo yes but still Here is an example Play Something Dancy of cultural insensitivity that made me gasput loudDue to a difference in the number Stella of days between the Islamic lunar calendar and the accuratene that the rest Phoebe and Her Unicorn Activity Book of the world the world that has long understood and accepted that the Earth revolves around the sun uses My dude I don t even know what to say to thisHere are some examplesf him never missing a chance to disparage a woman in the roomWhen he meets his wife and her friendssisters It wasn t long before the door The Tenant opened and a bunchf branded shopping bags entered the suite accompanied by three young Iranian women two with fair complexions and lacking any kind Unstoppable (Tracers, of discernable energy andne whose skin seemed to glow from being in the desert sun s rays Why the mention The Moon and the Thorn of skin color here Why complain about a woman s lackf pertness in his presence Why the shopping bagsWhen he meets the prosecuting attorney The ther attorney had been replaced by a young wiry and uppity mustached female in a black chadorShe kept going livid suawking like some kind f rabid bird He has plenty The Schooled Society of bad things to say about the male attorneys too but nonef them are uppity and they never suawk And the mustacheI justwhy This woman excuse me FEMALE is doing her lawyer stuff the best that she can and she s doing it in a CHADOR Maybe she couldn t be bothered to wax her upper lip before showing up in courtHe makes fun Nude Pussy Amateur Girls Closeup Erotic Photo Book Full Nudity Uncensored Striptease Pictures with sexy Girls: Horny nude girl photography of the way his Iranian guards speak and pronounce English This hurt my heart I have read books where such teasing is done in a funny endearing way that adds color to the setting but here it s just meanThese issues aside there are hints heref a book I would have liked One Whooo-Ku of the things I like about captivity narratives is learning about what happens when people have nowhere to go but inside theirwn minds Terry Waite in Taken. Interest stories and political analysis He had even served as a guide for Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown Initially Rezaian thought the whole thing was a terrible misunderstanding but soon realized that it was much dire as it became an eighteen month prison stint with impossibly high diplomatic stakes While in prison Rezaian had tireless advocates working n his behalf His brother lobbied political heavyweights including John Kerry and Barack Obama and started a social media campaign #FreeJason while Jason’s wife navigated the red tape f the Iranian security apparatus all while the courts used Rezaian as a bargaining chip in negotiations for the Iran nu. ,