MY LIFE AS A TRAITOR
by Zarah Ghahramani
In 2001, while walking home from the university, Ghahramani was arrested and taken to the infamous Evin Prison in northern Tehran. Her crime? Protesting against the severe regime in Iran. For the next thirty days she endured both psychological and physical torture, with grueling interrogations and sadistic beatings.
Nothing from her sheltered upbringing prepared her for such a brutal ordeal.
My Life as a Traitor is a harrowing memoir of bravery and survival.
To understand Iran, read this book.