Love from Mecca to Medina

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Love from Mecca to Medina

Love from Mecca to Medina

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anyways head empty just “I just wanted to look at the same sky as zayneb for more than a vacation, a break, a pause in our lives. She preferred this trouble—this “Auntie” Hanna—over the turmoil that was waiting on the other side of the door to the bathroom she was in right at the moment. it's a truly beautiful novel, with descriptions so apt and rich that it really felt like i was very much in saudi arabia with them.

Anyways, I personally could relate to Zaynab in the book so much when she didn't feel that spiritual because her mind was scattered and she planned something else. Why in the world would Adam/Zayneb launch into a fully detailed discussion about their past crushes while THEY WERE ON THEIR HONEYMOON? And Adam's enthusiasm was actually contagious because I started yearning to go that special place again😭 I could literally feel him as I have been through this. The Proudest Blue", her picture book co-authored with Ibtihaj Muhammad, was an instant New York Times Bestseller. Can love survive without open honesty, focus on what one does have and unconditional support of the other in the very moments which are testing enough?

first off, i just wanted to start by saying this book was one of my most anticipated reads of 2022, and needless to say, it genuinely truly absolutely positively wholeheartedly exceeded my expectations. For one, the conflict is almost entirely based on a miscommunication trope, which is the trope I dislike the most.

i'll forever, and forever, love this book for that, if for nothing else: that it reconnected me to my faith in so many, seemingly mundane ways. K. Ali had really taken her time to understand this topic and consider how most accurately to portray this experience. But the trip is nothing like what they expect, from the appearance of Adam's former love interest in their traveling group to the anxiety gripping Zayneb when she's supposed to be "spiritual. serious, since they're married and all, but i was not ready for what was mostly 300 pages of vague thoughtlessness (mostly adam), dramatic and impulsive jumping-to-conclusions, and never honestly communicating about any of it. He set the laptop on a side table and leaned farther back into the pink chair, almost sinking into it.I suppose it's realistic of a group of Western Muslims--unfortunately free-mixing is common in Western Muslim culture so it would continue to be normal as they went for umrah. Moreover, Zaynab and Adam's struggle in their relationship worried me so much ngl but, after reading a few chapters they all went away. Something I didn’t realise until a couple of days after finishing this book was how clearly I had been visualising and experiencing being present in Makkah and Madinah and performing Umrah as I read it.

I also liked he glimpses into the characters' backstories, which added more depth to their personalities both in this book and LFATZ.On the other hand, Zayneb is living in Chicago, studying law, and dealing with outrageous accusations regarding the funds. She was in Chicago, so far from him, when all he wanted in the entire world was to be with her right now. SK Ali introduces a character that is so infuriating you're gonna stop reading just to say "No she did NOT.

I love how each chapter title looks like we're walking on a museum corridor that held Zaydam's journey. On the trip of a lifetime, Adam and Zayneb must find their way back to each other in this surprising and romantic sequel to the “bighearted, wildly charming” (Becky Albertalli, New York Times bestselling author) Love from A to Z. When Thanksgiving break happens, they are thrown into going to umrah when Adam, worried about how his MS will affect his ability to go to Makkah in the future, elects to take advantage of an opportunity. Adam is thrilled; it's the reboot he needs and an opportunity to pray for a hijra in real life: to migrate to Zayneb in Chicago. It's definitely no secret that fans of Adam of Zayneb will love (no pun intended) Love From Mecca to Medina!I just wanted to look at the same sky as Zaynab, for more than a vacation, a break, a pause in our lives.



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