Hello my lovely readers and happy Friday!
Tathreeb (Tedious) is the second book by the author Sultan AlMousa, it a continuous but more deeper than (Better Words) it shows the types if religions and how some of the non-muslim books were misinterpreted by some priests and reverends to make it more liking to them or because of methodological reasons that made them believe other than what’s really is…
As always Sultan has impressively written an amazing book with a style that intrigues you and make it harder for the reader to put the book down..
However, I’ve noticed that a lot of readers weren’t impressed by it and one of the reasons why is that some had thought it was very similar to (Better Words). Maybe they had a very high expectation -God knows- but to me his writing style is and forever will be one of my favorites
Unfortunately there’s no English version of this book yet…
Binyamin is the third and final book of Ibraheem Abbas’s trilogy, (Hawjan#1, Somewhere#2) this book combines the story of both Hawjan and Somewhere even though that the first and the second book are completely irrelative, however to understand Binyamin I recommend to read them first. The way the author had let both Eyad and Hussam be in one book was an absolute brilliance! I was not able to let the book out of my hand for a second the development of the characters was amazing and how both world intersect was exactly how Ibrahim would make it – beautiful and not confusing- Ibraheem Abbas has become on of my favorite authors and I cannot wait to read his future writings!
Unfortunately I have not found any translated edition of this book
Hello my fellow readers and Happy Ramadan to my fellow Muslims from all around the world! Today I have for you one of the most epic dystopian book by the wonderful Lauren Oliver she’s the one who wrote the Delirium trilogy, which I fell in love with and this one is even better! it talks about this town called Carp that has about twelve thousand people each year senior high school graduates goes into this competition named Panic it’s no ordinary competition for it’s known for taking several people’s lives – I know how crazy that is!- it speaks through two points of views; Heather an Dodge. Each one of them talks about the game and why they need to win it. I loved the development of each character which i something I truly appreciate and how driven each one of them are. The dynamic of the games were exciting and the final game was a true epic ending for the story. Overall Lauren Oliver as always killed it! and I can’t wait to read more work of hers!
The author of Hawjan has returned with another story to fascinates us, a man who wakes up in a world where he’d never imagine would live in. Be someone he could never be, and having the most beautiful girl right next to him, is it real? Or is he just dreaming?.
Amazing book by Ibrahim Abbas, he again did a phenomenon work in describing a fantasy world full of adventures and excitement events, his writing style never allows me to put the book down, just like he did in Hawjan.
The novel is available in English language too.