Miss Guided – How to step into the Lebanese glam lane by Anissa Rafeh

Review contributed by Lea Korh.

That Fuschia cover should not misguide you and make you think that it is just another girly book with girly advice!

This book should have a Lebanese flag as a cover!

A funny, sarcastic view of the Lebanese society written in a not-so-formal way by Anissa Rafeh. Reading her blog will make you understand the book even better!

This book criticizes in an extremely funny way the lifestyle of Lebanese women. Starting by the looks, the clothes, the partying, the drinks, the books, the movies, the friends, the gossip, the families, the aunts, the tetas and a special appearance of “Mr Naseeb” (your Lebanese version of ‘Mr Right”), THE BRIDE, “Madame Trousseau” (“El JHEIZ”), and the “Working Girl”.

Plenty of other surprises in this great book that makes you “step into the Lebanese glam lane” and have a good laugh about it!


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