Moon Over Marrakech: A Memoir of Loving Too Deeply in a

Moon Over Marrakech: A Memoir of Loving Too Deeply in a


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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Moon Over Marrakech: A Memoir of Loving Too Deeply in a Foreign Land
  • Nazneen Sheikh
  • English
  • 03 January 2018
  • 1897151713

10 thoughts on “Moon Over Marrakech: A Memoir of Loving Too Deeply in a Foreign Land

  1. Angie Angie says:

    I read this book on a recent trip to Marrakech, loving to read books based in settings in which I m traveling.The author s story is incredibly self possessed and naive, relying on her seemingly endless bank account to save her from bad decisions I, too, am a romantic, but Sheikh s accounting of her experiences in Morocco seem like a teenager s love affair rather than an adult s true amour She chases men like phantoms, not seeing them for who they truly are but, instead, projecting her desires I read this book on a recent trip to Marrakech, loving to read books based in settings in which I m traveling.The author s story is incredibly self possessed and naive, relying on her seemingly endless bank account to save her from bad decisions I, too, am a romantic, but Sheikh s accounting of her experiences in Morocco seem like a teenager s love affair rather than an adult s true amour She chases men like phantoms, not seeing them for who they truly are but, instead, projecting her desires into them When she finally realizes their true character which was revealed to her countless times before she simply waves her magic financial wand and whisks herself away I finished this book, but I found myself increasingly irritated until the very last page


  2. Soheli Soheli says:

    I don t often read memoirs as they often tend to be self indulgent as another reviewer noted , but Sheik s Moon didn t strike me as such I admit, I m a bit biased in that I m currently devouring anything to do with Morocco, but this was well paced and descriptive enough to paint you a pretty vivid picture of the cities she inhabits as well as the curious characters in her life.In general, I appreciate memoirs that read like novels and this one was able to do that without becoming too theatri I don t often read memoirs as they often tend to be self indulgent as another reviewer noted , but Sheik s Moon didn t strike me as such I admit, I m a bit biased in that I m currently devouring anything to do with Morocco, but this was well paced and descriptive enough to paint you a pretty vivid picture of the cities she inhabits as well as the curious characters in her life.In general, I appreciate memoirs that read like novels and this one was able to do that without becoming too theatrical.I think it helps if you already have an appreciation for Moroccan culture and the country itself before reading this


  3. Sheridan Sheridan says:

    Absolutely devoured this book Was done in 2 days Felt so jealous that this woman had the opportunity to live in Morocco oh to have money BUT Her naive behaviour with her 2nd and 3rd husbands annoyed me though I wish she d takencontrol over her life She did get there in the end though


  4. Janice Janice says:

    Sheikh s greatest achievement is her ability to convey the intricate relationshipbetween pain and pleasure, and to suggest that teh two are inexorably linked.This book is beautifully written..her words are almost poetically inscribedand the story is an account of love gone wrong


  5. Connie Rock Connie Rock says:

    Beautiful and tragic true story of love and mental illness


  6. Hadi Hadi says:

    Read the first couple of chapters and skimmed the rest Very self indulgent.


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10 thoughts on “Moon Over Marrakech: A Memoir of Loving Too Deeply in a Foreign Land

  1. Angie Angie says:

    I read this book on a recent trip to Marrakech, loving to read books based in settings in which I m traveling.The author s story is incredibly self possessed and naive, relying on her seemingly endless bank account to save her from bad decisions I, too, am a romantic, but Sheikh s accounting of her experiences in Morocco seem like a teenager s love affair rather than an adult s true amour She chases men like phantoms, not seeing them for who they truly are but, instead, projecting her desires I read this book on a recent trip to Marrakech, loving to read books based in settings in which I m traveling.The author s story is incredibly self possessed and naive, relying on her seemingly endless bank account to save her from bad decisions I, too, am a romantic, but Sheikh s accounting of her experiences in Morocco seem like a teenager s love affair rather than an adult s true amour She chases men like phantoms, not seeing them for who they truly are but, instead, projecting her desires into them When she finally realizes their true character which was revealed to her countless times before she simply waves her magic financial wand and whisks herself away I finished this book, but I found myself increasingly irritated until the very last page

  2. Soheli Soheli says:

    I don t often read memoirs as they often tend to be self indulgent as another reviewer noted , but Sheik s Moon didn t strike me as such I admit, I m a bit biased in that I m currently devouring anything to do with Morocco, but this was well paced and descriptive enough to paint you a pretty vivid picture of the cities she inhabits as well as the curious characters in her life.In general, I appreciate memoirs that read like novels and this one was able to do that without becoming too theatri I don t often read memoirs as they often tend to be self indulgent as another reviewer noted , but Sheik s Moon didn t strike me as such I admit, I m a bit biased in that I m currently devouring anything to do with Morocco, but this was well paced and descriptive enough to paint you a pretty vivid picture of the cities she inhabits as well as the curious characters in her life.In general, I appreciate memoirs that read like novels and this one was able to do that without becoming too theatrical.I think it helps if you already have an appreciation for Moroccan culture and the country itself before reading this

  3. Sheridan Sheridan says:

    Absolutely devoured this book Was done in 2 days Felt so jealous that this woman had the opportunity to live in Morocco oh to have money BUT Her naive behaviour with her 2nd and 3rd husbands annoyed me though I wish she d takencontrol over her life She did get there in the end though

  4. Janice Janice says:

    Sheikh s greatest achievement is her ability to convey the intricate relationshipbetween pain and pleasure, and to suggest that teh two are inexorably linked.This book is beautifully written..her words are almost poetically inscribedand the story is an account of love gone wrong

  5. Connie Rock Connie Rock says:

    Beautiful and tragic true story of love and mental illness

  6. Hadi Hadi says:

    Read the first couple of chapters and skimmed the rest Very self indulgent.

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