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1. Letters To God
An introvert by nature, Sarah struggles to balance her work, life and her spiritual longing while trying to adapt to her new surroundings. She found friendship along the way and also experienced hostility and heartache. Not knowing who to turn to, she decided to rant and rave to her Creator.
2. Heaven Sent
Sarah is a Muslim girl faced with challenges and obstacles to remain true to her religion. Whilst she endures hardship, she also found friendship and love. Jonah is the 'modern day' Rome and enjoys the company of women but when he met Sarah, his whole world changed.
3. Rough Diamond
Linda is a rich heiress who seems to have it all; beauty, brains, wealth and social standing. Desired by men and envied by women, Linda's life seems perfect. But, deep down inside, Linda longs for true love and contentment.
4. Dear God
Author Norhafsah Hamid weaves a tender story of young love, second chances and a soul that is lost, seeking to find what has been missing in his heart all along. Jonah thought he had everything a guy could ever needed to sail through life. Except for one - Sarah.
5. Divine Blessings
Sarah and Jonah are blissfully content after their marriage. Their friends - Jaws, Linda, and Mat Bond are all leading happy lives despite adjusting to the commitments of adulthood. Through ups and downs, their friendship remained strong. But in life, love and happiness require hard work and sacrifice.
6. In Her Footsteps
The author highlighted how some of the verses had effected her more than others. How some of the verses had guided her through the toughest times in her life
7. Back to Basics
This book highlights issues that are considered 'taboo' by many Muslims. This book also offers a different and refreshing explanation of the religion through the eyes of a common person.
8. Trying To be Muslim
Real live account of a Muslim woman trying to rediscover the religion she was born into Islam. Realising she knew very little about her religion made her wonder whether she can call herself a 'Muslim'