Book Reviews, contemporary, islamic fiction, romance

Ayesha at Last by Uzma Jalaluddin

Ayesha at Last: Amazon.co.uk: Jalaluddin, Uzma: 9781984802798: Books

Title: Ayesha at Last

Author: Uzma Jalaluddin

Genre: Islamic-fiction

Rating: ⭐️

Guys, I have to say I am really disappointed that this book turned out this way. I was so excited to see a new Islamic-fiction book out there that was receiving so much buzz and on top of that a Pride and Prejudice retelling??? I was so ready to fall in love with this book, like so many of the other reviewers out there, but alas it did not turn out that way.

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Discussions, islamic fiction

Why More Islamic-Fic Is So Important (to me!)

Ever since I was a seven-year-old girl with my growing interest and love for reading, I have been looking for Islamic-fiction. At that age, unfortunately, there weren’t many Islamic-fiction books out there, like Seven is Special. I just couldn’t find anything, my mum couldn’t find anything, and neither could any of my other friends.

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Ramadan Readathon Book Tag #RamadanReadathon

Hello everyone, and welcome back to my blog. Ramadan Mubarak! (I know it’s a bit late but… it’s still Ramadan 🙂 ) Today I’m doing the Ramadan Readathon Book Tag created by Amna at the YA Book Corner! I also saw this tag on done by Muslim Reads and by Nadia at Headscarves and Hardbacks, so those are also some lovely tags you can check out too. Thank you to Amna for creating this tag because it is a great idea!

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