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Editorial Reviews of Alley of Scented Roses

Date: 4/3/2024

Reviewed by:

           Luwi Nyakansaila

From: Readers’ Favorite

“The author pays tribute to Marsha’s (Marsha Mehran) writing and achievements with a tale of love, friendship, family, and reconciliation, woven with rich themes of Persian culture, history, art, and poetry… The book does a great job of introducing the characters and giving their backgrounds and personalities… This is a must-read that will inspire many women to live their truth and fight for love. Overall, I enjoyed this book and highly recommend it to all readers who will appreciate its valuable lessons.”

Date: 27/2/2024

Reviewed by: Risah Salazar

From: Readers’ Favorite

“The opening of Alley of Scented Roses resembles the anticipation of watching a movie… Abbas Mehran skillfully crafts the characters, breathing life into them… The inclusion of flowers goes beyond mere decoration; it is deeply intertwined with the story, adding a touch of magic… Mehran writes with painstaking detail and heartfelt emotion, evoking tenderness in every scene.”

Date: 12/3/2024

Reviewed by: Doreen Chombu

From: Readers’ Favorite

“The book seamlessly incorporates Persian culture and arts into the narrative. The writing style is engaging, with a conversational tone and beautiful floral designs that make it visually appealing to read. The characters in the story share their views on happiness, inspiration, and freedom, making it a book filled with valuable life lessons. I enjoyed reading this book which is why I recommend it to anyone looking for an inspiring story with relatable characters.”

Date: 14/3/2024

Reviewed by: Zahid Sheik

 From: Readers’ Favorite

“Abbas Mehran’s writing style is vivid and detailed, evoking the smells and sounds of Persian culture… Alley of Scented Roses is an incredible work of literature that depicts the strength and endurance of women, the potency of storytelling, and the beauty of Persian culture.”

Date: 14/3/2024

Reviewed by: Manik Chaturmutha

From: Readers’ Favorite

“The story skillfully interweaves exquisite metaphors of flower petals and their fragrance, symbolizing human life and interactions.”