Numb

Numb : Surviving the Madness of the Iran Revolution... a True Story in Tehran

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What would you do if your husband was taken? "It's like free falling on the rocks..." Get your copy of Numb and let Azita take you on an extraordinary emotional and hazardous trail, sometimes tortuous and downright dangerous, as she encounters the deathly turmoil during the 1979 Iranian Revolution, and escapes the grasp of the new Islamic Republic fundamentalists, losing dearly loved family and friends to the cruel hands of those slaughterers, on the way. "We had almost made it outside when they called out my name and ordered me to stay for questioning. It was around 2 p.m. I was tired, the children were tired and hungry, but I had no choice but to wait to see what they wanted... They took their time and the last group boarded the bus. The heavy iron door was closing and I noticed a few birds pecking on the dirt in the sun. 'Maybe this is the last time I will see that view, ' I thought as I took in every detail... Everything seemed to be in slow motion as the door was closing and the view was disappearing. The heavy closing door cast a shadow over the view and then the door was shut tight... " Intertwined among the drama and tragedy you'll share in humor, along with tears, anger, love, kindness of friends, family and complete strangers... Grab your copy now!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 204 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 11.68mm | 367.41g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508716390
  • 9781508716396

About Azita

Azita was born into a middle class family in Iran in the 1950s, became the wife of a revolutionist, and lived through the turmoil and heartache of a missing husband and escaping the new Islamic Regime, all the while fearful for her own and her children's lives. After her extraordinary journey, beginning in the Middle East, via Europe, from a normal girl next door to a protecting "war machine" mother, she is now living happy and free in the U.S. Azita presents you with an intimate window into Iran's revolution of 1978 -1979 through the eyes of a young mother whose politically active husband disappeared, was taken away from her and their children. What exactly happened in Iran during those months and after the birth of the Islamic Republic? How was life for a young single mother with no family to lean on? Azita portrays the true Iran, the land of her roots and where fragments of her torn heart remain...show more