: The Princess Trilogy: Boxed Set (Princess; Princess Sultana’s Daughters; Princess Sultana’s Circle) (): Jean Sasson: Books. Princess: A True Story of Life Behind the Veil in Saudi Arabia, Princess Sultana’s Daughters, Princess Sultana’s Circle (Princess Trilogy), Princess, Mo. The Complete Princess Trilogy has ratings and 41 reviews. Jean Sasson has garnered an audience with a Saudi Princess, who shares her life. This alone .

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This was a fascinating view into the life of an Arabian Princess, and it’s not very enviable.

Jean Sasson

Do not grow faint in well doing. She also began her book collection at age Share your thoughts with other customers. Mar 29, Kim Degener rated it liked it. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Product details File Size: Pedophiliac practices- Children still in diapers can be promised to a husband. The first book in this nonfiction trilogy describes the true life of Princess Sultana, a princess in the royal house of Saudi Arabia where she lives in a “gilded cage” with no freedom and no control over her own life.

The Princess Trilogy by Jean Sasson

A must to read. During their time in the Middle East, the Sassons made many friends, princdss members of the royal Al-Saud family, who visited the hospital. Sex starts at 9.

The Princess’ nephew brings a young girl he bought, so the girl can be raped by he and all of his cousins while on a ‘camping trip’ with the entire family. Overall, throughout the reading, Tirlogy could not put it down. Growing up in a small town, Sasson found adventure between the pages of books.


The author, in the telling of these true stories, describes how the beliefs and attitudes of both sexes are shaped and continue to be shaped by a social culture dating back many centuries. Surely the weakness of our monarchy in Saudi Arabia is bound jeah in our addiction to extravagance. It is a book that will make you think. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.

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To hear about what women go through in that country and how they are treated was so sad. When one thing is called into question, it ALL has to be called into question. I tgilogy feel her pain, joy, and determination. I honestly had no idea the extent of hatred toward Arab women.

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No thought to making the girl educated or giving her an opportunity to have a say in her future. Jun 25, Maria rated it it was princdss. Battles are not won by merely speaking of them hoping someone will change your situation for you. The identity of Sultana a pseudonym is concealed to assure her safety.

I gave this set of books five stars because of the world it opened it up to me. Please try again later. Princesz she knew that female members of her own family and close friends suffered unimaginable horrors, some were even killed by their male family members, and yet she did nothing to try and save them. The princess has a refreshing voice and character which comes through clearly.


Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This first book in the trilogy describes the life of Princess Sultana, a princess in the royal house of Saudi Arabia where she lives in a “gilded cage” with no freedom and no control over her own life. She meet a boy not of the Muslim faith and fell in love with him. First off she got lucky and got to marry a man she loved and that loves and princes her, he does not beat her or treat her bad, they have 3 great kids and her husband never took anymore wives.

She prinecss be stoned to death. Return to Book Page. He may have a temporary marriage. Jun 18, Keliana Lily rated it really liked it. Still traveling the world, Jean has made her homebase in Atlanta, Georgia where she is a passionate animal rights and women’s rights supporter. The two women kept in contact until, inMayada was arrested by Saddam Hussein ‘s secret police. This Princess resolved, upon seeing the restrictions on women tighten, rather than loosen, that she would take an unprecedented and dangerous action: Quotes from The Complete Prin Sep 23, Prajkta marked it as to-read.

Refresh and try again. I fear it will be our undoing.