In their novel "The House That War Minister Built" Andrew Imbrie Dayton and Elahe Talieh Dayton have written a fictional history of a family which unfolds with all the drama of great cinema. Over the course of a century we observe as this family experiences the joys and the tragedies of life.
These stories are set on the tumultuous stage of Iranian history. We read about Iran in the news on a daily basis but how much do we really know about Iranian history and the people who live in this ancient land?
"The House That War Minister Built" provides some compelling insights that might help readers to understand Iran and the Iranian people.