For too long, American main stream media has portrayed American-Muslim as so called "others" who really don't conform to American way. Now, American-Muslims are speaking for themselves. And doing their best to correct this false image, created by media that is more interested in sensationalizing, and stereo-typing, the lives of Muslims in America, then providing the true picture. With this book, American-Muslims are painting their own pictures, with the brush in their own hands. This book is about American-Muslims who are living an All-American life. It's actually anthologies by 45 American Men who happen to be Muslims, and from various backgrounds, sharing their experiences living in this country as Muslims. The stories are real-life, about living in America as Muslim, trying to juggle between faith (being Muslim), and being American. In this post 9/11 world, there is so much interest in Islam and lives of Muslims. Unfortunately, there is so much misinformation as well, spread around by so-called experts on Islam and Muslims, that ordinary person cannot really get the true idea about the lives of Muslims in America. With this book, one can get the true story about the lives of Muslims in America from American-Muslims themselves. I really would recommend this book. Well thought out, good read, and timely material. Even though there are many instances in these stories about the struggle of life, I still enjoyed it very much. After reading these stories, one can get the message that Muslims living in America are ordinary people trying their best to be Good Muslims, and good American. I am sure you will enjoy these stories as much as I did. Happy Reading!