Daughters of Another Path: Experiences of American Women Choosing Islam reflects Carol Anway's experiences as a mother whose daughter became a Muslim convert and the journey of reconciliation and acceptance of her daughter's change in tradition. Daughters of Another Path includes portions of stories from fifty-three American born women who have chosen to become Muslim. Why and how they came to Islam; what their lives are like as a result of that choice; How non-Muslims can relate to Muslims that are relatives, friends, co-workers, and acquaintances. -- Midwest Book Review
Travel your own path and find others along the way. A great read for anyone born or reverted to Islam!Published 1 month ago by Consignment Collective
I'm an Atheist. I bought this book because it was one of the only books I could find that was neither far left nor far right but right smack in the middle written from a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sarah
This is written much like a research paper or interview. I did enjoy the stories and thought it was useful for converts or those interested in converting.Published 9 months ago by Courtney
This book is non bias and very candid. The author account of the story in the book is real and I can relate to myself. A very good book for non muslims and muslims alike to read. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Aisha Kalio-Affa
A very good book
Recommend it anyone who sincerely wants to lean about Islam.
The author is not Muslim-a must read
This book was very well written, and perfect for all new Muslim women to share with their families and friends. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Zahirah
This book is nothing more then sales pitch for islam.
It leaves out all THE questions and controversies of Islam, such as female cutting, wife beating, sex inequality... Read more
I enjoyed reading the book a lot. Sometimes I felt it needed more stories though. It covers a variety of different topics related to someone's reversion and so it is informative. Read morePublished on March 7, 2012 by Melinda Legatt