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A Voice, the Sequel to If I Should Speak

✓ A Voice, the Sequel to If I Should Speak ↠ Umm Zakiyyah - A Voice, the Sequel to If I Should Speak, A Voice the Sequel to If I Should Speak From the author of the internationally acclaimed novel If I Should Speak comes the anxiously awaited sequel In this deft second book Umm Zakiyyah again takes us through the lives of Tamika and those

  • Title: A Voice, the Sequel to If I Should Speak
  • Author: Umm Zakiyyah
  • ISBN: 5551322521
  • Page: 441
  • Format: ebook

✓ A Voice, the Sequel to If I Should Speak ↠ Umm Zakiyyah, A Voice, the Sequel to If I Should Speak, Umm Zakiyyah, A Voice the Sequel to If I Should Speak From the author of the internationally acclaimed novel If I Should Speak comes the anxiously awaited sequel In this deft second book Umm Zakiyyah again takes us through the lives of Tamika and those who brush her life Now Muslim Tamika must face her Christian mother who instilled in her a love for Christ and made church the heartbeat of the family Torn be ✓ A Voice, the Sequel to If I Should Speak ↠ Umm Zakiyyah - A Voice, the Sequel to If I Should Speak, A Voice the Sequel to If I Should Speak From the author of the internationally acclaimed novel If I Should Speak comes the anxiously awaited sequel In this deft second book Umm Zakiyyah again takes us through the lives of Tamika and those

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A Voice, the Sequel to If I Should Speak

About "Umm Zakiyyah"

  1. Umm Zakiyyah

    Daughter of American converts to Islam, Umm Zakiyyah writes about the interfaith struggles of Muslims and Christians, and the intercultural, spiritual, and moral struggles of Muslims in America.Umm Zakiyyah s work has earned praise from writers, professors, and filmmakers and has been translated into multiple languages In 2008, Umm Zakiyyah was awarded the Muslim Girls Unity Conference Distinguished Authors Award Umm Zakiyyah also writes under her birth name Ruby Moore.Visit uzauthor

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  1. masha allah I have to say it was well worth the money masha allah I read the prequel quite a few months ago and wanted to get the second one for quite awhile now, I saw it at a conference for a good price and decided to go for it Its a lot thicker than the first one, which took me 4 hours to read, so I didnt expect to get through this one as quickly as I did I wont go too much into detail about the book but I would highly recommend it to anyone who likes novels but is looking for something away [...]


  2. Loved it and read it several times Amazing writing style An the story itself is Romantic yet as clean as possible At times your heart would tighten and would be at a verge of bursting And a moment later, it s filled with self satisfaction and contentment Tamika is like a reflection of one self


  3. Rereading 3 25 14Finished 5 12 14It took forever to finish rereading this, but I finally did The sequel to If I Should Speak continues the story of Tamika from the first book A lot of what A Voice revolves around includes what reverts to Islam may go through and the subject of marriage The first is definitely interesting to read about and is yet another example of how committed many reverts are to Islam compared to born Muslims I think it goes without saying that unfortunately, Muslims born into [...]


  4. LOVED IT Starting about halfway through, I found myself updating my husband about the characters situations every 5 minutes or so drove him crazy It s so nice to be able to enjoy a book with a Muslim perspective.It s been a few years since I read If I Should Speak, but I felt like I could notice the author s writing having developed Looking forward to


  5. This is the squel of if a should speak it has information about the practices of islam and less information about the islamic beleive itself as the first book covered this part.It describe the live of Tamika after converting to islam The story is great and it has a happy ending I like happy ending


  6. Mashallah, this was a very good book It is nice to read works by Muslim writers that give positive and realistic insight into the lives of Muslims They characters experiences are easy to relate to and their stories are true to life I recommend this book for anyone that wants an accurate portrait of Islamic women.


  7. Only one thing i hated about this book , too much of unimportant details which i found to be really boring , but aside from that its a good read , full of profound spiritual meanings.I recommend it for both muslims and non muslims.


  8. Loved it It changed my life style and my thinking so practical and realistic view in a muslimahz life delineated with such greatnessi felt each moment and saw a girls life frm different perspective a convert muslimah Mashalah






  9. A ROMANCE ISLAMIC NOVEL I LOVED IT, I CRAY WTH IT, SURPRISED WTH IT INJOY EACH PART WTH IT I EVEN LAUGH SCREEM IN SOME PART



  10. I love it So happy that the author decided to give us the opportunity to follow Tamika s life even further I know the book is long, guys, but it IS worth it The only issue I had was the immense amount of description and explanation that took place, going on for a long time, and this knocked down a star for me It really made me struggle with reading this, especially since they would continue for pages on end If the plot hadn t been so immersing, I probably would have gotten to a point where I jus [...]


  11. I really hate to one star this, but I have to Massive plot holes, barely there character development, and a whole lot of drama in a bad way that was pretty much caused by the characters especially Tamika assuming stuff and not communicating with each other If Tamika had been a real person, I would have shaken her She is a drama queen She overreacts constantly, behaves like a complete brat to Aminah and her parents, treats Sulayman like crud, and has the gall to criticize her sister s behavior to [...]


  12. This was an excellent read and really captured the nuances of the life of a practicing Muslim Not it did it do a great job in educating about the life of a practicing Muslim, but it went many steps ahead to really entertain and capture your heart I was like someone tryna get over an addiction once this book ended.




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