9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Poetry lover/liker or not, this book is a beautiful treasure to be discovered and devoured. I discovered Lang Leav's poetry on Tumblr and was immediately engrossed in the artistry and heart and soul of her words. They really touched me, and honestly helped me in a way I was not at all expecting. I'm an avid reader, and sometimes writer of poetry myself, and Lang is now definitely one of my favourite writers. She has such a fresh original voice, and the timeless message of her words will undoubtedly touch so many hearts, as it has mine.
I love everything about her book, the exquisite imagery that made my imagination euphoric. The structuring of her book, which is so creatively… Read more
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I read this book in just a few days and it was absolutely amazing! It's exactly the kind of book we need in this day and age to represent the vast majority of unrepresented muslim women.
I greatly respect the author, the book was totally free of any cultural bias and opens our eyes to the double standards in asian society with men and women that have no place in Islam.
She reiterated so well, not only the importance of women and their status in Islam, but also their partaking and rights in finding their life partner and marriage.
I could relate to almost everything in this book not just as a british asian muslim woman, but just as a human being. Her story is… Read more