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An interesting and absorbing account. However, some of his accounts of unverifiable conversations seem a bit too convenient to the image of himself he is trying to present (e.g. confronting his friend about the morality of his role in the regime right before the friend gets killed).
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Would you try another book from Reza Kahlili and/or Richard Allen?
The writing is fantastic and so is the story. I speak Farsi and found myself in agony over the narattor's accent. It sounds more like a Congolese accent than a Persian one. This killed it for me and took away a lot from the experience. If you can handle Tehran being pronounced in an African accent then this presentation will be totally great for you!
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