The Woman Who Fell from the Sky

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The author is teaching American style journalism to a class of Yemenite male and female reporters She is trying to remember who the women are as she can only see their eyes This one has bushy eyebrows this one has glasses this one ties her burkha at the back She thinks burkas and niabs aren't a bad thing after all why should strange men not her husband be able to look at her face and body? Why does she not realise it's not just charms or perhaps it's not charms at all but the erasing of individuality making all women look the sameAfter the course finishes the newspaper owner who brought her over gives her a big goodbye party one evening None of the women are there They aren't allowed out that late During the course they had to leave at 1pm or if they had permission 3pm in order to make sure they were home at the designated timeThis is the country of I Am Nujood Age 10 and Divorced where Nujood brought to the world's attention that the marriage age was 9 and Yemen changed it to 18 It is where the mullahs successfully argued that as Muhammed married a girl of 9 she was actually 6 but did not go to live with her husband until she was 9 then the law was unIslamic and it was reversed Efforts at modernising the state which was the only socialist Muslim state in the world and is now working towards democracy are one thing but efforts at modernising the medieval enslaved conditions under which women live is just a step too far for the country for the men the male politicians to takeI'm having a problem reading the book It's a good story it's well written but the I read the I don't like the author I hate it when that happens I always like to read memoirs where I really get involved with the author and want to know about them The only redeeming anything to this book because uality is not a word I would use for it is that it is one person's picture of Yemenese culture a culture I knew nothing about before reading it However being someone that has traveled uite a bit I found her treatment of the culture and country shallow especially for a reporter I enjoyed when she spoke about the reporters at the newspaper especially when she related her conversations with the women reporters and discussed how they came to work at the paper and the obstacles they dealt with just to be able to do so However even how the author described the reporters as hers my women my men my reporters just rubbed me the wrong way It took me weeks to get through this book because I found the author to be self centered US centric and condescending from the very start of the book She constantly described herself as a saviour of the newspaper and even if she helped put in place productivity her self agrandizement just wore on me the I read Every time I picked up the book it was like having a frustrating conversation with someone I would never be friends with This feeling was doubly confirmed when I got to the end of the book to find out she had an affair with a married man and described it as though it were some glorious experience that should be encouraged or desired by all For someone that claimed to never have wanted to hurt anyone through her choices in that experience I'm sure the ex wife is now reading those chapters and completely disturbed with how easily her husband left her for another woman Discretion is not something this author thought to use when it came to that chapter of her experience in Yemen I really wanted to like this book I just couldn't get past the author I found her incredibly self centered and shallow When she returns from her first trip to Yemen she despairs that her colleagues don't care to hear about her trip After all she states I want to be found interesting When her favorite Yemen reporter becomes ill instead of expressing concern she thinks Who will make me laugh when I'm feeling cross? Who will walk me to the Jordanian sandwich shop? And when she sets her sights on a married British diplomat By Christmas Eve he's told her his wife everything and by January she is gone It's messy complicated and horrifically painful for his wife and daughter It's excruciating for me to know that I am hurting people I have no desire to harm But not once has either of us had a nanosecond of doubt that we are doing the right thing By the end of the book she is residing in the British ambassador's residence with ten bodyguards and a household staff of five This book was cruising along at about a three star rating for me until the end when the author unabashedly discusses an affair with a very married and very public man; the British Ambassador to Yemen Curious I read a few articles related to the book and the author and was even disappointeddisgusted by her complete lack of concern for anyone but herself Throughout the book I was also annoyed by her ego centric attitude towards Yemeni people On one hand she criticizes their culture because it isn't what we do in the US and we wonder why other cultures aren't huge fans of people from the States but then immediately says how much she loves Yemen and its people Then she uses articles in her book that her reporters as if she owns them have written that don't have native English speaking grammar structure or beliefs that match hers as if she is making fun of them At one point she and a co worker laugh so hard about an article written on homosexuality that she wonders where to begin in discussing it with the reporter Her conscience must have kicked in at some point because she changed her tone to one where she didn't want to offend the reporters religious beliefs Of course after the author told her about homosexuality the reporter wrote a wonderful piece that was right in the vein of the author's own belief system Hmmmmcoincidence?While impressive that a Yemen newspaper owned by a man would want to hire an American woman as the editor her supreme arrogance and lack of understanding of the culture naturally ruined her relationship with the owner of the paper She was so hurt that he didn't apologize to her at the end of her contract that she could barely speak however she brought it on herself by being so focused on her goals that she forgot what part of the world she was living in The parts of the book written about the culture of Yemen were fascinating especially when she kept her opinions to herself Had the book been mostly about that I would have enjoyed it a lot than I did I was really interested to learn about the state of journalism in Yemen and hear the observations of an outsider living there The author was a bit chatty and haw haw for me and she's pretty shallow in the cultural sensitivity and interpretation departments Her beginning an affair with the married British ambassador and then moving into the embassy as his mistress in YEMEN leaves one wondering about her veracity and wisdom in other areas and casts a little shadow of doubt upon the rest of her stories Expat adventure readers may like this one Cultural anthropology buffs probably not In the land of pomegranates and grapes amongst goat and cow herders where desert sands swirl and shift and offer up frankincense and jasmine Manhattan journalist Jennifer Steil is hired to give a three week seminar in newspaper reporting in Yemen's ancient capital city of Sana'a Steeped in historic and biblical legend Sana'a is said to have been founded by Noah's son Shem and is one of the oldest cities in the Middle East Yemen is a country consisting of a mixture of either desert people that still today live in caves thriving off a dry and desolate unforgiving land or city residents that live in chocolate covered suare mud buildings that are ornate with white icing like adornments Yet all Yemeni people are poor enough to be without many modern conveniences money or food Most people are illiterate owning no other book beside the u'ran Water is scarce One must walk great distances for the privilege of hauling back a bucket or two of water for the family to drink Few are lucky enough to be aware that ipods cell phones or large screen televisions exist never mind be fortunate enough to own these gadgets we Americans take for granted The author travels into the foreign world of the Taliban the home of Osama Bin Laden and the Al uaeda and where suicide bombings are a daily event Arriving to the Arabian Peninsula eager to experience this exotic yet troublesome world Jennifer is immediately greeted by the staff of the Yemen Observer patiently waiting for her to teach them what she knows about reporting in order to improve their newspapers' popularity Thinking this was going to be a cinch never did Jennifer imagine how difficult this challenge would be Finding she needed to start from scratch with reporters who were strongly lacking in morals ethics and a passable command of the English language Jennifer embraces the job of integrating herself as friend tutor and mentor Slowly working with a handful of both male and female reporters that are eager for her help she becomes uickly aware that it will take nothing short of a miracle to get this newspaper up to professional standards in just under a month The Woman Who Fell From the Sky is an excellent memoir of the author's life transforming experience in the land of Allah This Muslim culture often throws her one exasperating challenge after another as she learns of Yemen's history culture and of the kind and lovable people who welcome her into their lives with open arms Her story is funny interesting eye opening and intellectually stimulating as the reader is pulled into a world we often hear about in a negative way Jennifer enlightens us to the many wonders of the Middle East and to the many thought provoking aspects of their religion and often confusing ways of life that we Americans might find stifling or archaic Donning an abaya and head scarf and learning to cover herself to assimilate into a world behind the veil Jennifer is brought into the private world of the women of Yemen and surprisingly enjoys the idea of actually having her beauty hidden and in some ways the freedom it can give As she meets each new daily challenge she soon becomes passionate about assisting the newspaper and eventually takes on the job of managing editor and remains in Yemen Her new friends become her family she finds the love of her life and truly becomes one with Sana'a I whole heartedly enjoyed Jennifer's story and found her to be an excellent writer who had the talent to praise the positive attributes of Yemen's country rather than focusing on the difficult and often frightening terrorist side of their history She was able to portray her new friends with love in an unbiased and non condemning manner Her ability to cheer her students on as they uickly improved their news reporting was generous and patient showing what a gifted and kind person she herself is to have told their story so openly with charm I give a many star rating for this fabulous book Lovers of the books Eat Pray Love and Tales of A Female Nomad will devour this story; book club discussion groups should push this to the top of their lists Standing ovation for Jennifer Steil In The Woman Who Fell From the Sky author Jennifer Steil recounts her engrossing adventure as an American journalist in Yemen working for an English language newspaper Throughout her memoir she explains various hurdles she’s encountered as a Western woman living in an Islamic country While her intentions are to adapt to the culture as seamlessly possible including wearing a hijab to cover her hair Steil uickly learns that she is not able to hide her Western ways in both appearance and as a journalist An intriguing window that allows the reader to peer into the life of Yemeni culture Steil’s memoir expresses the hardships and restrictions imposed on Yemeni life through the eyes of a Westerner Her writing tells of the struggles that women face in a country dominated by men the difficulty for both foreign and Yemeni journalists to report accurate news stories in a country that lacks accountability and reliable witnesses and the overall impact and influence of religion on day to day living Despite all the hurdles and trials encountered Steil paints a fascinating portrait of Yemeni life and uickly falls in love with all its beauty and mystery Steil’s journalistic voice and descriptive encounters make for an entralling story that is difficult to put down This is one of those books that I buried myself in and lived vicariously through It hit all my sweet spots an American woman who writes travels and experiences the highs and lows of navigating a culture very different from her own I especially appreciated the blend of personal experience and political and social insightIt's intriguing to read about the way Jennifer took the helm of a faltering newspaper in Yemen and attempted to turn it around I loved the personal and political newsroom drama It was fascinating to see the way that she developed beautiful and a few antagonistic relationships with Yemenis Her growing understanding of and participation in the lives of the women was especially movingI enjoyed learning about life and politics in the Middle East from a completely different angle and now I want to learn about YemenThe book has a happy ending in this way Jennifer doesn't like to cook and she ends up living a life where she doesn't have to Okay there's actually to the endingbut I'm not including spoilersThe Epilogue has enough fascinating material in it for a second memoir I hope she writes itI was lucky to meet Jennifer at a book event last week in NYC On the page and in person she's smart funny and effervescent This was running at a three star book for most of the book I'd never read anything about Yemen so I was interested I didn't realize that the author had had a very public affair until I got to that part After reading it I dropped one star off of my rating because my dislike of the author took away from my enjoyment of the book Fascinating memoirethnography of an American journalist who takes on the task of becoming managing editor for the Yemen Observer an English language newspaper headuartered in Sana'a the capital of Yemen Because the author is already a talented journalist the writing is clear engaging and pulls the reader in with just the right amount of description and observation Not only is this book a great example of honest travelculture writing but also it's a great read for anyone interested in how to write as a journalist no matter where you are In explaining editing and teaching the basics of reporting fact gathering interviewing and ethics to her Yemeni reporters Jennifer Steil the author treats the reader to a mini workshop in journalismThe cultural aspect of the book was also enlightening Since Yemen is a Muslim country the second class status of women created many obstacles and trials for Jennifer as she struggled to teach and train the few female reporters on her staff However male attitudes of entitlement and their dependence on at was often even frustrating Most distressing to me was the learned aversion to education and absence of a culture of reading the author found among the Yemeni people As the author observes this puts the Yemeni people at a huge disadvantage in understanding the world and other people's experiences I marked the following uote because I think it is true for any reader and a clear statement of the path to empathy and understanding towards anyone not like ourselvesHow does one develop compassion for someone with a completely different set of values without reading something from their point of view? Books are one of the few ways in which we can truly get into the heads of people we would never meet in our ordinary lives and travel to countries we would otherwise never visit This book isn't a non stop rant against Yemen or the Muslim culture or the Middle East though The author clearly loves the scenery and is fascinated by the architecture and history of Yemen She is curious and engaged in her surroundings and experiences and I finished the book with than a passing interest in learning about Yemen

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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • The Woman Who Fell from the Sky
  • Jennifer Steil
  • 08 August 2016
  • 9780767930505