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This is a powerful, moving, and thought provoking book. Dostoyevsky never wrote better. I am struggling with my own spirituality, having nothing to do with Islam, and Akhtar has... Read morePublished 28 days ago by John Ruttenberg
I haven't finished it yet but find it tedious and juvenile. I am an octogenarian with little sympathy for the trials of adolescence, early or late. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Philip J. Paris
Thought provoking. Gave reader a glimpse into the life of a Muslim in America. A good coming of age book.Published 1 month ago by Stacy Finnerty, Stacy
A very tender...then harsh...yarn.
A feeling of Catcher in the Rye - Islamic version- rings in the text.
Worth your time to read and enjoy
It was ok..I did not find myself absorbed in the characters or the story. I did learn something about the Muslim FaithPublished 3 months ago by dianne conniry
A wonderful and in depth story about Muslim culture. A great book club choice much to think about and discuss. Characters are rich and deep.Published 4 months ago by Timmie