This British physician was working as a consultant in Pakistan when the narrator was shot. She became responsible for the narrator’s treatment and for her transfer to the hospital in Birmingham.
This Taliban leader began recruiting support by preaching in moderation and keeping his teachings in touch with the Quran. During her recovery, the narrator learned that he was the one who ordered her killed.
This female Pakistani leader was exiled for a long period of time. The narrator held to the hope that things in her country would be better for women once she returned, but was heartbroken when she died.
This best friend of the narrator's is described as extremely intelligent and always on guard, fearful that her brothers would make her stop attending school.
This teacher at the narrator’s school traveled with the narrator and her father...
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