The Arab Season

Secrecy is their byword, family honour, their cross to bear If you were a Muslim girl wanting to keep family honour, but loving Western ways, how would you play it With one foot in each culture, Hani thought she and her friends knew how They enjoyed what they shouldn t They paid a price One of them paid with her life.Zuleka s father, an Imam, keeps his household of giSecrecy is their byword, family honour, their cross to bear If you were a Muslim girl wanting to keep family honour, but loving Western ways, how would you play it With one foot in each culture, Hani thought she and her friends knew how They enjoyed what they shouldn t They paid a price One of them paid with her life.Zuleka s father, an Imam, keeps his household of girls under strict rule All have to wear the hijab with abaya or other forms of loose fitting, modest clothing To him, Zuleka is the epitome of a dutiful daughter She dreads him discovering her other life Hamdi has the most freedom, abandoned by her mother and discounted by her father she s loose cannon with attitude Ayan manages her life well, respecting her faith and culture, whilst enjoying some light relief And, Hani She can trick her hypochondriac mother, but her radical brother poses her problems They enjoy life, but are on a crash course to disaster
The Arab Season Secrecy is their byword family honour their cross to bear If you were a Muslim girl wanting to keep family honour but loving Western ways how would you play it With one foot in each culture Hani

  • Title: The Arab Season
  • Author: Alisa Ahlam
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. Firstly, I would like to commend the author on the completion of her debut novel. Starting and finishing a novel is no easy feat, as there are many who never see their work in progress to its end.The story is set in London, which I immediately identified with, as someone who's lived in London for most of my life. The journey of the main characters was also one I could identify with amongst the many young Muslim girls I know, and although I have a great dislike for profanity, it is true to the vo [...]

    2. I was asked to review this book but while reading it I kept fighting the urge to pick up my red marker and fix grammatical errors. The characters are lovable and naive as young girls growing up but as they emerge into their adult life they seem to lose their luster and grow more predictable. I enjoyed the story nonetheless and would recommend a better editor for Alissa next time.

    3. Very interestingThis book keeps you engaged till the last It really makes you feel about how women feel torn between love and religion

    4. Good book! I forget to read it and rediscovered it last week in my kindle. I couldn't put it down. Love, lust, freedom from tradition/culture and hypocrisy! Read it.

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