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Let me get my pettiest complaint out of the way first: I read this novel on the basis of the gorgeous cover and the amount of controversy it stirred up.
I’m drgaulj that wasn’t the case in reality, at least I hope not.
It is indeed a feminist book. This historical fiction, while interesting, was not something I could really sink my teeth into. Yes, he did not turn the other cheek, and he wouldn’t go down without a fight, but then, that’s human, is it not?
Dargulj liked the author’s description dragulu Aisha’s initial feelings about having sex, which is brilliantly written and I felt I was dreading with her at every page. Jones has also published a satirical short story, “Rapture,” on Kindle at http: It has been published in a number of countries, as well, and was also a best-seller in Serbia.
Not exactly for anyone who wants something historically accurate or particularly challenging and engaging. Dragulh to Read Currently Reading Read. I thought this was too much like a romance novel and quite repetative.
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Every page of this book is unique. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Jones’s other books are: Some of us believe in a prophet so holy he sacrificed his mortal body for our sins, others in one who picked up his sword to fight for what he believed, when necessary. It has been published in a number of countries, as well, and was also a best-seller in Serbia.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The problem is that with all the attention surrounding this book, readers may be expecting a more factual or enlightening interpretation of Islam and it’s first lady, when in fact this is more of a book filled with unrequited romantic intrigue. Muhammed I was aware had been a much-married man and I am willing to believe a good deal of that was political – but a good deal was also clearly libidinousness and certainly looked hypocritical.
It was terrific expodure of a culture distant for me and I loved delving into it, whether I agree or not.
This book is filled with such compassion and love for humanity, it will entertain You and leave You wanting to read more!!! Not the best writing in the world, but it is a very interesting look at the wives of Mohammed. When I realized that this book was not going to be the serious piece of semi-history that I had hoped for, I was able to take it for what it was and begin to enjoy the ride.
A comedian, nude dancer, chanteuse, opera diva, and film star, she was the highest-paid black performer in the world. I just couldn’t believe a man who had such tremendous sexual appetites was a holy and revered man.
The Jewel of Medina [image error] is a rare find. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Enter British publisher Gibson Square, who picked up the rights and published the book. Young girl thinking as a every child, but experiencing life of a woman. I was hesitant to read this book because it hasn’t gotten great reviews. Miljenica proroka Muhameda Ajsa bori se za njegovu naklonost sa jos 11 njegovih supruga u vremenu kada Islam kuca na velika vrata svijeta.
My main complaint is how childish A’ishi is even when she Well since the last book I attempted to read was so bad I think this one seemed great in comparison. The reason this formula works in a historical romance novel is because modern-day women identify with the protagonists goals, which are quite attainable in the 21st-century.
He seems to possess none of the wisdom or charisma I expected. Jones’ portrayal of A’isha, the favored and youngest bride of Muhammad, is both empathetic and revealing about the condition of being a woman during the time of the prophet. She also faces the wrath and determined opposition of Muhammad’s military chief Umar, a tyrant when it comes to women, and of Mohammad’s daughter Fatima and her husband Ali.
Jones tries to use the ol’ tried-n-true romance formula: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Muslim, Christian, Jew, athiest, Buddhist-we are all human beings with needs, desire and fears, all ‘created from the same soul.
Though A’isha will not be married to Muhammad for three years, her betrothal to the prophet brings many unusual changes into the life of the young girl.
Login to add to list. Although it’s a historical novel and can’t be read in the same way as a history book, I recommend this book to anyone interested in learning about the beginnings of Islam. I am shocked I hadn’t heard of this book despite the profound success of The Red Tent which is similar in many ways. Usually I like books of historical fiction, but this isn’t the case. A’isha is constantly battling Muhammad’s other wives to maintain her place as the dragulm of the harem and is willful and disobedient when ordered to not speak to her childhood love interest.