The Map of Love
In 1900 Lady Anna Winterbourne travels to Egypt where she falls in love with Sharif, and Egyptian Nationalist utterly committed to his country's cause.
A hundred years later, Isabel Parkman, an American divorcee and a descendant of Anna and Sharif, goes to Egypt, taking with her an old family trunk, inside which are found notebooks and journals which reveal Anna and Sharif's secret.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - qofd - LibraryThing
While the love story element of this book was interesting I could not get into the politics of Egypt. I have no interest in politics at the best of times so a lot of this book left me cold. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - sbsolter - LibraryThing
Unfortunately I read The Map of Love in two parts, separated by 5 weeks of travel, which caused the book to feel a bit disconnected for me. However, even taking that into account I cannot say that I ... Read full review