Of No Consequence

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Even though we would like to think poverty is not a shame, women alone with children still face horrors of life. In this story, a servant suffers at the hand of others.

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Published by Heart Press
Words: 9,830
Language: English
ISBN: 9781937079048
About Sonia Rumzi

Writer Sonia Rumzi, an English Literature major in college; turned to, Medical Technology, for practical purposes. Originally from Egypt, her knowledge base includes; cooking, knitting, oil painting, photography, travel and movies; and most importantly, raising her daughters. Sonia uses this rich background writing on the human condition.

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Review by: Maryelle on April 04, 2011 :
A winner! I have just read "It Could Happen Again," a short story by Sonia Rumzi, that follows one woman's plight as she tries to extricate herself from an abuse alcoholic husband and fights a system that disregards the dangers of an unhinged mind to give the father access to their children. It is an age old scenariio with a rather unnerving ending. Great read!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Maryelle on April 04, 2011 :
Another great read by Sonia Rumzi, Of No Consequence, relates the plight of many women in the middle east culture who, taken of advantage by stronger, merciless males driven by their own sexual passions, are blamed for somthing not of their making or participation but "for honor" are murdered by their husband or male family members. Wonderful read even though the subject matter is an all too familiar horrific scenario.
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Review by: Diana Youngblood on April 02, 2011 :
When young Zahya must find work to support herself and her three children she believes she has found the perfect job in a perfect home. But when something seems too good to be true it usually is and Zahya pays the heartbreaking price.

Ms. Rumzi has perfectly captured Zahya as well her struggle to survive in contemporary Egypt. A well-written story which brings to life the harshness that so many women still bear in this world today. Very nicely done.
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