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serena77
10-31-2010, 04:17 AM
Salaam to all
i did try to find out if a thread like this already existed but could anyone give names of good islamic fiction books? theres a few written by an austrialian who in the books are a teenager... I think one is like... does my head look big in this.... but while i can find some decent non fiction i was wondering if anyone has any fiction ideas....

any are most appreciated if there is already a thread on this my humble apologies... as christmas is coming.... i can order things from amazon and my parents won't question whats in the box. christmas has never been religious in my house its just food and presents... trust me.... for this house god played no part in it... so it seems okay... and i hate to be deciteful... but its my way every year to get a few new books without having to explain why they were ordered :)
Serena
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S.Belle
11-01-2010, 06:50 PM
Originally Posted by serena77
does my head look big in this

I want to read that book sounds good

try any books by Mohsin Hamid or Yasmina Khadra they will be good
a few I know of are
Kite Runner
A Thousand Splendid Suns
Ask Me No Questions
Kabul
Broken Moon
Wolf Dreams
The Reluctant Fundamentalist
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Muezzin
11-01-2010, 07:04 PM
You could also read fiction from some of our very own members here.
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