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MARWA RAKHA: AUDIO BOOK: THE POISON TREE – PLANTED & GROWN IN EGYPT

Date posted: March 18, 2010


 
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1-  The Poison Tree (Introduction) 
 
2- A Tribute to William Blake (The original Poison Tree)
 
3- Call me Jenny – Jennifer Anderson
 
4 – Dear Mother
 
5 – Dear Dad
 
6 – Dear Santa
 
7 – Hit by a Bus
 
8 – Evanescence
 
9 – The Caveman
 
10 – How to Lose an Egyptian Guy in 10 Days 
 
11 – Bang Bang
 
12 – Mr. Big
 
13 – Unwrapping the Chocolate Bar (Virginity)
 
14 – I am done with you (Abusive Relationships)
 
15 – Men are like Shoes
 
16 – The Husband
 
17 – Mr. Peacock
 
18 – Dr. Lecter
 
19 – Mr. Right
 
20 – MAN
 
21 – The Different Man
 
22 – Character is Fate
 
23 – Follow your Dreams
 
24 – Hamlet, I beg to Differ
 
25 – New Beginnings
 
26 – The Cocoon
 
27 – Failure to Launch
 
28 – Open Relationships
 
29 – Horizontal Relationships
 
30 – The Lower Class Man
 
31 – Egyptian Mess
 
32 – Relationships Warning: Do not Date Egyptian Men
 
33 – Move in or Move on
 
34 – Beyond Firwalls
 
35 – Shame
 
36 – Shame & Honor
 
37 – The S-Word
 
38 – Ripe Apples (Why do younger guys prefer older women?)
 
39 – My Toy-Boy Nightmare
 
40 – Tic-Toc (The Biological Clock is Ticking)
 
41 – The Jerk
 
42 – 100 Tips for being a Good Girl in Egypt
 
43 – The Witch Effect
 
44 – Rejection
 
45 – Women are like Ducks
 
46 – The Color of Resentment
 
47 – The Poison Tree
 
48 – Mirror Mirror 

 

Marwa Rakha's first book – The Poison Tree – planted & grown in Egypt – has become Egypt's first literary audio book in English.  
Narration: Marwa Rakha. 
Volunteering Artists: Amr Khaled – Bad AppleJuliet AnnerinoLisa Portal . 
Photography: Courtesy of Mahmoud SaadLocation: Club Mohamed Ali – Courtesy of Dr. Maged Farag. 
Recording: Courtesy of Radio Horytna – www.horytna.net . 
Sound Engineering: Mohamed Khaled  
Special thanks to Rami Mohsen for the editing, production, and effects 
 
     
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