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Publisher's Summary

The Minefield Girl is based on Sofia Ek´s personal experiences as a young woman doing business in Libya while Gaddafi was still at the top of his reign. Her mission was to present Libya to the Western world of big business via the pages of the Wall Street Journal’s magazine SmartMoney. Sofia finds herself facing one setback after another as she learns to navigate Gaddafi’s Libya, where nothing is what it appears to be. She discovers that she is watched at every turn. 
A love affair proves to be both thrilling and dangerous, as she gradually realizes that the country’s most powerful men have ways to control even people’s personal lives. Moving with determination through the corridors of power, consumed by her desire to succeed and to be part of something bigger than herself, Sofia remains blissfully unaware of the minefield she has walked into. 
Sound design by Rich Macar, Buttons NY. 3D spatial audio by VisiSonics.
©2018 Lissie Entertainment AB (P)2018 Lissie Entertainment AB
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1 out of 5 stars
By CSD on 02-20-18

Glad this was a special offer, free, not worth using a credir

I stuck with the listen, just because I thought the main character might eventually show some mature thinking, but it never happened. Maybe, that was the point of the whole book. She continually boasts of how great she is, how tasteless every situation is, and really doesn't give the listener any reason to admire her accomplishments or abilities. I probably will not ever listen to another book by this author or this narrator as it would be too painful and boring.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 02-15-18

Seriously

Pretentious. Naive. Privileged. Self centered. Culturally unaware. This young woman is an example of delusional thinking at its best. If any of this is too be believed as anything near the truth it’s beyond any average sense of first world entitlement. And to top it all she wants her dark haired “love” to take revenge on the evil son of a cruel dictator not because he slaughtered his own people while living a life of unearned luxury which she willingly participated in but because she has sold her self sexually and ethically for her own financial gain. What a great example for young women everywhere. I hung around till the end for some sense of mea culpa or self redemption only to hear her self congratulation at her great victory over exactly what is sadly nothing.

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