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Lacks visual supplementary material. There is some included but it merited a lot more. A timeline would have been appreciated; maps and tables depicting the major tribes and religious groups would have benefitted the reader.

The book in my view was too simplified. No notes or sources. In summary, I enjoyed this book. The book chronicles the story of six Middle Eastern lives from different regions and backgrounds and in doing so describes the unraveling of the region from their firsthand experience.

Some minor quibbles aside this is a concise way to learn about the recent history of the Middle East. I recommend it. Engaging summary of the middle East since the fall of Saddam Hussein to the present.

Highly recommend. Jan 14, Amy Lord rated it really liked it. Fractured Lands is a riveting and intense read, focusing on the lives of six people in very different circumstances across the Middle East, breaking their stories into chunks of time.

In focusing on an overarching subject through the six stories, the thematic elements of uncertainty and sectarianism in the Middle East kept me interested, although perhaps wishing for a more in-depth look into the lives of these people and their countries.

However, I appreciate that an in-depth analysis would perh Fractured Lands is a riveting and intense read, focusing on the lives of six people in very different circumstances across the Middle East, breaking their stories into chunks of time.

However, I appreciate that an in-depth analysis would perhaps go against the point of the book to create comparison and contrast between these people's experiences.

Being several thousand miles away from the Middle East, it's easy for Americans, including myself, to lose the human factor when contemplating events such as the Arab Spring - this book brings it back sharply in focus.

I also really respect that the author leaves the epilogue in ambiguity, a fitting ending. As Majdi el-Mangoush says, "the future is full of uncertainty, but so was the past.

A great introduction to the Arab world, this book has been gently agonizing while putting together pieces of history completing a logical puzzle.

Scott Anderson and Paolo Pellegrin did an excellent job identifying the motives and covering different perspectives in the equation.

On a philosophical level, ideologies that threaten the fabric of this society will exist as long as discontented and futureless youngsters find a meaning to life by picking up a gun.

External forces capable of controlling A great introduction to the Arab world, this book has been gently agonizing while putting together pieces of history completing a logical puzzle.

External forces capable of controlling them will fall short as long as there is a human tendency to plead the self-interest card.

Taking it a step further, finding meaning in violence is capable of exacerbating with the rise of automation if human role in an automated society is not dealt with delicately, since income struggle always comes down to power and violence is a means to that end.

Overall, this book provoked me to think through unorthodox lens at a deep philosophical level, making it a great baseline for other books on the Middle East.

The information presented in this book points out the complexities of life in a number of the Arab countries in the Middle East, however, I found the audiobook format of the book less than ideal.

The author, Scott Anderson, has a wealth of experience and information, but in audiobook format, it became difficult for me to follow.

Rather than telling each of the six stories from start to finish, sequentially, he started talking about one person, then the next, and then the next, and would loop continually again and again telling a small part of each story before coming back to that person again.

Being somewhat unfamiliar with Middle Eastern names and places, many sounded very similar to me, and without benefit of actually seeing the words in print, the stories became somewhat muddled to me.

I'd suggest picking this book up in print format vs. Each were affected in different ways, the only commonality is the hardship each endured.

Apr 03, Tawney rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction , goodreads-giveaways. There are layers of fractures in the Arab world, some dating back hundreds of years.

Scott Anderson gives a succinct explanation of the problems created by the breakup of the Ottoman Empire at the end of World War I.

Nations were created with little regard to ethnic, tribal and religious divisions among the population.

This was especially true of Iraq and Syria both of which were held together by dictators I received this book compliments of Anchor Books through the Goodreads First Reads Program.

This was especially true of Iraq and Syria both of which were held together by dictatorships, as was Libya and Egypt. While the revolts of the Arab Spring succeeded in ousting the strongmen, they were unable to establish less authoritarian governments.

He follows six people from the area and their stories are very personal and individual. Some were never political or religious and only wanted a decent life, others had agendas they had been working toward for years.

No matter what country, each of these people experienced upheavals in their personal lives. They have seen countries, coalitions, allies, tribes and families broken to the point that is hard to grasp.

Scott Anderson has written about such a complicated subject and shown so much of the various ways the fractures affect the area and included well limned portraits of individuals in just over pages.

That certainly impressed me. Jordan, where her life has stalled, will not allow her to become a legal resident.

For me, these past nine years have been wasted. My sisters and I, we have dreams. We are educated, we want to study, to have careers.

But in Jordan we cannot legally work, and we cannot leave, so we are just standing in place. We are all hurt by it, both directly and indirectly. Aug 10, Pankaj rated it it was ok.

Unlike journalists like Robert Fisk, who have spent decades in the Middle East to learn the language s , customs and cultures, assimilating within while reporting without, the Andersons of the journalism world spend 18 months writing a "tweet" sized, sanitized version of the histories of the many countries that make up this complex world.

A passing mention of the Western world's transgressions while laying the blame on local, corrupt leaders most of whom were put in place and supported by Americ Unlike journalists like Robert Fisk, who have spent decades in the Middle East to learn the language s , customs and cultures, assimilating within while reporting without, the Andersons of the journalism world spend 18 months writing a "tweet" sized, sanitized version of the histories of the many countries that make up this complex world.

The book recounts how ISIS occupied the Iraqi oilfields turning on the spigots of oil to turn them into money-spinning geysers but fails to detail how this was carried out under the watchful eyes of omnipresent American drones blanketing the skies above.

I gave it two stars out of respect for the humans that make up Anderson's proteges, although his writing has reduced them to mere caricatures.

Jan 10, Dick rated it it was amazing. I ordered this book the same day i finished Lawrence of Arabia, because i want to continue reading Scott's work.

Again it exceeded all my expectation. This is a powerful piece of war journalism. Scott chronologically tells the story of six individuals and how the recent events in Middle East altered the course of their lives completely.

I have read a lot of materials about the topic, but never had I truly grasped the stunning realities of this geopolitical tragedy.

A few times I had to take a pa I ordered this book the same day i finished Lawrence of Arabia, because i want to continue reading Scott's work.

A few times I had to take a pause before continuing and I had nightmare between the nights. The seed of this catastrophe has long been sown, even Scott attempted to end this book with a positive tone I am no less pessimistic than I was before in the future of this fractured land.

Intense, brutal, and deep. This long New York Times Magazine article follows six middle eastern citizen's lives from the 's to the present day, interweaving personal moments and political scenes.

These people were present, or nearby Tahrir Square, Benghazi, Homs, and something horrible called the Camp Speicher massacre. A worthy read, if you're interested in getting another perspective on the Middle East.

Dec 21, Akash Jena rated it it was amazing. Phenomenal and meticulous way of describing the conflict in terms of tribal delineations instead of just ideology.

Also how each region in the Middle East has their own set of issues with dictatorships and which method they use to address the issue, whether through progressive politics or regressive ones.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I'm counting this for because it was essentially a short book.

Depressing and enlightening, soul-stirring, etc. Aug 08, Kathleen rated it it was amazing. American journalist Anderson provides an overview of recent events in the Middle East through the personal stories of six individuals from Iraq, Syria, Egypt and Libya.

Anderson suggests that the current unraveling of key Arab states began with the invasion of Iraq in But he begins his reporting with the political evolution of the region from the early s and the political awakening that took place in Egypt five years after the devastating Six-Day War with Israel; to the Arab Spring of American journalist Anderson provides an overview of recent events in the Middle East through the personal stories of six individuals from Iraq, Syria, Egypt and Libya.

But he begins his reporting with the political evolution of the region from the early s and the political awakening that took place in Egypt five years after the devastating Six-Day War with Israel; to the Arab Spring of , and to the early successes of the Islamic State in There is the Egyptian woman Laila Soueif, whose political activism dates back nearly 50 years and provides perspective on the twists and turns of reform efforts.

Next is Dr. Azar Mirkhan, a Kurdish doctor and pesh merga warrior whose view of the world was forever altered when he saw the devastation on the road to Sinjar perpetrated by ISIS.

Majdi el-Mangoush of Libya felt free for the first time in his life when Gaddafi was killed. From just a few menacing words from a former friend, Iraqi Khulood al-Zaidi knew that everything that she had worked for was gone.

As he watched his interrogator search through his cell phone contacts, Syrian Majd Ibrahim knew that his execution was imminent.

Anderson observes that when faced with chaos and violence, the inhabitants are first loyal to their tribe, then religious sect, and finally to their national identity.

And there are a LOT of tribes in the region that date back hundreds of years. Highly readable account of a complicated area of the world.

Apr 08, Uwe Hook rated it really liked it. No region has been more fractious and dangerous over the past 60 years than the Middle East.

As an area that is the confluence of important issues relating to religion, world politics and the ever-present exercise of military power, an abundant fount of crucial strategic resources such as oil, even as a laboratory for increasingly important challenges such as the management of water rights, the Middle East is now and has been for decades a serious source of contentiousness.

Scott Anderson addres No region has been more fractious and dangerous over the past 60 years than the Middle East.

Scott Anderson addresses the importance of these issues and others in a slender, easy-to-read book written for the general reader.

He focuses on six individuals from the Middle East and North Africa and by relating their life stories, he crystallizes the problems facing the region.

Through their eyes and their stories Anderson highlights some of the most significant and worrisome issues that have arisen in recent history: especially the whirlwind of violence that followed the ill-fated and ill-conceived invasion of Iraq in and the hopeful "Arab Spring" anti-government uprisings in All six stories are fascinating and moving but the whole book feels to short.

However, it makes the reader more interested in getting more engaged and informed in the Middle East. Jul 25, Chris rated it liked it Shelves: iraq-war , politics , history , israel , arab-israeli-relations , war-on-terror , the-middle-east.

I listened to the audio book and it's pretty good. I agree that going into Iraq is the single most important reason for the destabilization of the reason and was a huge mistake on President Bush's part.

I really do not like that the author provided his political opinion at the end of the book and is clearly anti-Bush and pro-Obama, the book was factual and opinion-less until the end and this tainted the book in my belief.

The book is broken up into 5 parts covering the history of the Middle East I listened to the audio book and it's pretty good.

The book is broken up into 5 parts covering the history of the Middle East from to and does a very good job in doing so.

One of the people profiled became an ISIS fighter and executed 6 people by shooting them in the back of the head and then is granted asylum in Germany and the author brushes this off as he had no choice or ISIS would have killed him for not doing their bidding.

A really good book that will provide anyone trying to better understand the region a great education and I highly recommend it. The only reason I gave it 3 stars instead of 4 is because the author inserted political opinions at the end which really turned me off.

Apr 04, Tascha Folsoi rated it it was amazing. The distinctions between Shiites, Sunnis, and Kurds Barzani and Talabani are brought into very clear focus here.

The factors leading to the conflicts in Libya, Iraq, Egypt, and Syria are clarified without being oversimplified. It would make for a great high school or college read.

It's short, well-written but highly accessible. It answers enough questions while raising other interesting ones. His writing invites readers to draw their own conclusions, and he provides a complete enough picture for the reader to do so.

I have not read his fiction, but he uses all the show-don't-tell-stuff of fiction in his non-fiction work allowing themes to emerge in a non-didactic form.

I also really enjoyed Lawrence in Arabia, his previous book. I would read anything he writes, and I would recommend this to educators to consider as a classroom read for older students.

I read and listened to this on an audiobook. He is the narrator of this work, and I always really like it when an author narrates his or her own work.

It was a spare yet heartfelt narration style. The story of the Arab Spring told through the eyes of liars, killers, traitors and plain terrorists!

What does Anderson want us to conclude? To sympathize with a serial killer who beheads because of a nice salary from the Islamic State claiming it is not for religion?

Or to believe a series of lies of a woman who just want to exploit the people and countries which give her shelter- she seems somehow to love the dog of the family which sheltered her but not a mention about the people!

Or to accep The story of the Arab Spring told through the eyes of liars, killers, traitors and plain terrorists!

Or to accept a self-announced politician which prides her self of casting her vote to a terrorist organization Muslim Brotherhood with no consideration of the devastation and peril that will bring to her country.

Should we make a hero an officer who betrays his army to save his neck? Yes, the Arab Spring is a failure, and more so if we are going to sacrifice all principals in the name of a delusional democracy!

Mar 17, Riker rated it liked it. Glad I read it as it was a very good summary of the fractures in the Middle East through the lives of 6 individuals in various parts of ME.

He completely ignores the contribution of the Obama administration in the ISIS takeover of Iraq, in fact he laughingly credits Obama for building the coalition that will ultimate Glad I read it as it was a very good summary of the fractures in the Middle East through the lives of 6 individuals in various parts of ME.

He completely ignores the contribution of the Obama administration in the ISIS takeover of Iraq, in fact he laughingly credits Obama for building the coalition that will ultimately defeats them, and he does not give enough credit to El-Sisi for bringing stability to Egypt.

Trump unleashed the military and cleaned up the disasters creating first by Bush and made worse by Obama.

I enjoyed the book not only for the insights into the ME but also for the insights into how serious-minded liberals think Aug 14, Andrew Wilson rated it it was amazing.

But, as New York Times bestselling author Scott Anderson shows, the seeds of catastrophe had been sown long before. In this gripping account, Anderson examines the myriad complex causes of the region's profound unraveling, tracing the ideological conflicts of the present to their origins in the United States invasion of Iraq in and beyond.

From this investigation emerges a rare view into a land in upheaval through the eyes of six individuals--the matriarch of a dissident Egyptian family; a Libyan Air Force cadet with divided loyalties; a Kurdish physician from a prominent warrior clan; a Syrian university student caught in civil war; an Iraqi activist for women's rights; and an Iraqi day laborer-turned-ISIS fighter.

A probing and insightful work of reportage, Fractured Lands offers a penetrating portrait of the contemporary Arab world and brings the stunning realities of an unprecedented geopolitical tragedy into crystalline focus.

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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Nov 24, Book rated it really liked it Shelves: politics-economics , history. Author and veteran war correspondent Scott Anderson takes the reader on a recent journey that began in with the American invasion of Iraq and how it unraveled in the form of the Arab Spring.

This captivating page includes thirty-seven chapters broken out by the following five parts: I. Origins, II. Arab Spring, IV. Positives: 1. A well-written, well-researched book.

A fascinating topic the unraveling of the Middle East handled with expertise, fairness and respect. For Azar Mirkhan, it came on the road to Sinjar, when he saw that his worst fears had come true.

For Laila Soueif in Egypt, it came when a young man separated from a sprinting mass of protesters to embrace her, and she thought she knew the revolution would succeed.

For Khulood al-Zaidi in Iraq, it came when, with just a few menacing words from a former friend, she finally understood that everything she had worked for was gone.

For Wakaz Hassan in Iraq, a young man with no apparent interest in politics or religion, it came on the day ISIS gunmen showed up in his village and offered him a choice.

Describes what sets of the Arab Spring. Keen observations. All are republics. Might this reveal inherent fault lines in the structure of Arab republics?

Put another way, as corrupt and repressive as many of the Arab monarchies are, could it be that they withstood the pressures of the Arab Spring because of a kind of internal tribal compact that some of their republican neighbors lacked?

The southernmost of these provinces was dominated by Shiite Arabs, the central by Sunni Arabs, and the northernmost by non-Arab Kurds.

Interesting history. Naturally, the effect of this would be most profoundly felt in Iraq. A country with a scant sense of national identity to begin with now stood divided.

In just this way, in , the West had helped construct a sectarian time bomb liable to go off if ever Saddam Hussein lost his grip on power. A look at Iraqi customs.

The American invasion of Iraq and how it laid the groundwork for Arab Spring revolts. The explosive outcome of the revolts.

That night, tens of thousands of demonstrators took over Clock Tower Square in downtown Homs, and this time, the police and shabiha took to the roofs and upper floors of the surrounding buildings to shoot down at them.

Christopher Stevens and three others. Fair treatment of presidents Bush and Obama. A look at the rise of ISIS. That exempt status was most nakedly revealed during the American intervention in Iraq, in which the KRG openly sided with the invaders, providing them with back bases and airfields from which to carry out the fight; as local officials are fond of pointing out, not a single coalition soldier was killed in the KRG during the Iraq War.

Discusses the exodus from the torn region and the implications to the rest of the world. An effective epilogue that brings it all together.

In sum, nothing gets better anytime soon. The author could have improved the reading experience by assisting readers better follow the protagonists.

Visual cues would have helped, such as a recurring photo and perhaps even a timeline at the beginning of each chapter. Lacks visual supplementary material.

There is some included but it merited a lot more. A timeline would have been appreciated; maps and tables depicting the major tribes and religious groups would have benefitted the reader.

The book in my view was too simplified. No notes or sources. In summary, I enjoyed this book. The book chronicles the story of six Middle Eastern lives from different regions and backgrounds and in doing so describes the unraveling of the region from their firsthand experience.

Some minor quibbles aside this is a concise way to learn about the recent history of the Middle East. I recommend it. Engaging summary of the middle East since the fall of Saddam Hussein to the present.

Highly recommend. Jan 14, Amy Lord rated it really liked it. Fractured Lands is a riveting and intense read, focusing on the lives of six people in very different circumstances across the Middle East, breaking their stories into chunks of time.

In focusing on an overarching subject through the six stories, the thematic elements of uncertainty and sectarianism in the Middle East kept me interested, although perhaps wishing for a more in-depth look into the lives of these people and their countries.

However, I appreciate that an in-depth analysis would perh Fractured Lands is a riveting and intense read, focusing on the lives of six people in very different circumstances across the Middle East, breaking their stories into chunks of time.

However, I appreciate that an in-depth analysis would perhaps go against the point of the book to create comparison and contrast between these people's experiences.

Being several thousand miles away from the Middle East, it's easy for Americans, including myself, to lose the human factor when contemplating events such as the Arab Spring - this book brings it back sharply in focus.

I also really respect that the author leaves the epilogue in ambiguity, a fitting ending. As Majdi el-Mangoush says, "the future is full of uncertainty, but so was the past.

A great introduction to the Arab world, this book has been gently agonizing while putting together pieces of history completing a logical puzzle.

Scott Anderson and Paolo Pellegrin did an excellent job identifying the motives and covering different perspectives in the equation.

On a philosophical level, ideologies that threaten the fabric of this society will exist as long as discontented and futureless youngsters find a meaning to life by picking up a gun.

External forces capable of controlling A great introduction to the Arab world, this book has been gently agonizing while putting together pieces of history completing a logical puzzle.

External forces capable of controlling them will fall short as long as there is a human tendency to plead the self-interest card.

Taking it a step further, finding meaning in violence is capable of exacerbating with the rise of automation if human role in an automated society is not dealt with delicately, since income struggle always comes down to power and violence is a means to that end.

Overall, this book provoked me to think through unorthodox lens at a deep philosophical level, making it a great baseline for other books on the Middle East.

The information presented in this book points out the complexities of life in a number of the Arab countries in the Middle East, however, I found the audiobook format of the book less than ideal.

The author, Scott Anderson, has a wealth of experience and information, but in audiobook format, it became difficult for me to follow.

Rather than telling each of the six stories from start to finish, sequentially, he started talking about one person, then the next, and then the next, and would loop continually again and again telling a small part of each story before coming back to that person again.

Being somewhat unfamiliar with Middle Eastern names and places, many sounded very similar to me, and without benefit of actually seeing the words in print, the stories became somewhat muddled to me.

I'd suggest picking this book up in print format vs. Each were affected in different ways, the only commonality is the hardship each endured.

Apr 03, Tawney rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction , goodreads-giveaways. There are layers of fractures in the Arab world, some dating back hundreds of years.

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