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Pieces of a Dream Paperback – April 10, 2017
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About the Author
Wael Abdelgawad holds three martial arts black belts, and loves science fiction, weight lifting and marble fudge ice cream. In his twenties and thirties he worked as a bike messenger, dispatcher, taxi driver and club bouncer in San Francisco, California. Some of his real life stories are too crazy to tell in anything but fictional form.
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Top customer reviews
I've noted the writing as "Good" above only because in a great many places, the descriptors and imagery are GREAT, but in other places, the narrative flow doesn't link together quite as flawlessly. On the other hand, I really look up to this author and am excited to have seen this in print and on Kindle at last. I'm looking forward to other works, especially the continuation of this series.
While it's a brilliant (and rare) piece of Muslim fiction, I really recommend it to people of all backgrounds. I'm pretty sure, like me, once you get started you'll have a hard time putting it down. Pieces Of A Dream is a honest, yet stylish work of art.
I would have expected a little more effort by Layth to reconcile with his mother.