Linda’s Book Obsession Reviews “The Wrong End of the Table A Mostly Comic Memoir of a Muslim Arab Woman Just Trying to Fit In” by Ayser Salman, Skyhorse Publishing, March 5, 2019

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fullsizeoutput_3d05.jpegLinda’s Book Obsession Reviews “The Wrong End of the Table A Mostly Comic Memoir of a Muslim American Woman Just Trying to Fit In” by Ayser Salman, Skyhorse Publishing, March 5, 2019

Ayser Salman, Author of “The Wrong End of the Table, A Mostly Comic Memoir of a Muslim Arab Woman Just Trying to Fit In” has written an entertaining and witty Memoir. Ayser Salman writes about her traditional and immigrant parents who left an oppressed life for freedom in America. As a little girl, Ayser had a difficult time adjusting to the environment and the other children in Columbus, Ohio.  She always felt like an outcast. Her parents were very strict, and found it difficult to understand the modern ways of American life.

Ayser Salman  writes honestly and shares how her parent’s cultural and traditional values differed in many ways from the expectations that Ayser felt in  America. Ayser also writes how the politics in America, made her carefully rethink choices that she had. She candidly writes her dating experiences, and friendships. I found Asyer Salman’s experiences intriguing.  I would recommend this  for readers who enjoy memoirs. I received an ARC from NetGalley for my honest review.

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