In this book, a woman from Pakistan must regain her life after the Twin Towers were destroyed in 2001. She lost her Pakistani husband in this tragic event and she was pregnant. This book is fiction. The writer tries to put the reader in touch with the character and her inner feelings. However, I felt a little disjointed reading this.

The writer tries to draw the reader into the assumed stereotyping and Muslim bashing which came into view after this tragic event. It did not work for me. I enjoyed reading this book, however I cannot say it enlightened me.

The whole book is 232 pages, a quick read really. We all have our own personal views after this event and this book just did not connect for me. I took it for what it is, fiction.

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