10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
An interesting and thought provoking account of growing up in Britain from the 70's through to the 90's as a Muslim. Not too deep, often funny, and always readable, the author takes you through his life a year at a time, and touches on racism and christian fundamentalism along the way.
I, like many I suspect, had very little understanding of the Muslim faith, and now feel a little more enlightened thanks to the authors unpreaching manner.
The writing style is very personal and draws you in so you want to know what happens next. I do not usually read biographies, but was pleasantly surprised by this one, and have recommended it to many of my friends.