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inspirational 29 Sept. 2007
By Maryam Ocasio - Published on
Format: Paperback
My sister gave me this book as a gift and i initially read it because i didnt want her gift to go to waste. i thought it showed the true beauty of islam, the fact that its not violent and oppressive and her story of finding her true beliefs inside was just beautiful. whats great about it is that it doesnt go so deep to the point a person who isnt familiar with islam is completely lost. i think yahiya emerick did a great job. very inspiring...
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This Book Teaches Millions!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 30 Mar. 2006
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When I first tried reading this book,I thought it was boring. Now,I love it!It really teaches people that Muslims are NOT violent people.I think everyone should read this book.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A Great Yarn 11 Feb. 2010
By Debra Dirks - Published on
Format: Paperback
This is a crackling good yarn set in Muslim Andalusia prior to the Roman Catholic Church's ban on the clergy being married. The story recounts the amazing adventures of a teenage girl as she searches for spiritual truth and meaning in the face of family opposition. While written primarily for youth, this adult found the plot intriguing, the story meaningful, and the prose well-written. This is the perfect gift for Muslim youth and for those wishing to know about the interface between Islam and Christianity in Muslim Spain.
Isabella a Girl of Muslim Spain 11 Mar. 2014
By Sara Rzayeva - Published on
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Very good book. I strongly disagree with the reviewer who saw the book as showing Catholicism in bad light. In fact, the author shows a little group of brave and sincere Catholics from young girls to their helper, Friar, who put their very lives into danger and stand up for what is right. Some high level Catholic church officials are shown to be undercover extenders of Inquisition. But Inquisition is a historical fact, and referrals to it should not be taken as an offense. Unfortunate as it is, kidnapping and torturing of dissenters secretly has been a part of the history of the Church in Medieval Spain.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Only for very young readers 25 Jan. 2011
By Lesley Christien - Published on
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I wasn't aware when I purchased this that it was for young readers. Good
thing the Kindle version was so cheap!
However, there isn't enough detail in the story, about setting, or life
for young girls in Spain. Some of it was unbelievable... that girls this
age would wander around the city unescorted!
Young readers like details that contrast with their lives as well as
those they can identify with. So I'm not sure it would be attractive
to them either. Disappointing!
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