Aksandar by Judith Montgomery

aksandarReviewed by Vickie Dailey

With Aksandar, author Judith Montgomery paints a thrilling and vivid story of Aziz Rashani and his group fighting for an independent Afghanistan in 1979.

The story is quick moving if a little choppy, going quickly from one event to another. One such event
has Aziz saving an american woman, Jane, during a student rally turned bloodbath with killing in the streets. Aziz and Jane embark on a love affair that conflicts with traditions.

When reading Aksandar, I too was conflicted with what I thought I knew and what was presented by Montgomery about Afghanistan and its people.

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