2016 in Books



Ramadan Reading Challenge 2016

The Ramadan Challenge is back for a fourth year! This challenge has always been incredible for me. It allowed me to discover so many talented writers hailing from North Africa. In 2013,  I was very optimistic and challenged myself to read 7 books for the whole month. As you know, I was not on target. You... Continue Reading →

Nomad By Ayaan Hirsi Ali

This book is the sequel of Infidel, the author’s memoir. I reviewed it here. What I failed to discuss in my Infidel's review was Ms Hirsi Ali's families - Her father, mother, sisters and brother. At the end of Infidel, the reader is left wondering, what happen to the family?  The answer to that question... Continue Reading →

Infidel By Ayaan Hirsi Ali – The Somali woman who became atheist

Ms Ali is definitely one of the most controversial author I have ever encountered in my adult life. I did not read her first book The Caged Virgin, but I did read Infidel and Nomad. Nomad will be discussed in another post. The first time I saw Ms Ali was on CNN International, where she was... Continue Reading →

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