What Would a Muslim Say is a non-fiction religious book answering questions and clarifying miss conceptions about this Islam. In some shape or form, the book is more about approaching the religion in a curious yet respected way and the most concern is that it addresses questions in a non-academic approach. This, I found to be refreshing and something different in the religious genre of the world.
The most interesting thing about the book was that the author himself is an interfaith volunteer. Therefore, I found the perspective of the literature to be very intriguing. Would I see this book useful for everyone? No. I do, however, feel that this book is more for the open and curious mind. Anyone that appreciates and understands the concept of religion would enjoy this book.
Islam seekers and Muslim practitioners may also find this book useful as no matter how much you think you know of your own religion, there is always something missing.
The content was easy to understand and to read. In addition to all said, the work was divided well and had a nice flow to it. The author has taken a novel approach and has potential to create respectable work. I look forward to reading more from him.
Written by Jeyran Main
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