by Carol L. Anway
this book both well written and informative. I thoroughly enjoyed reading these (sometimes painful, but very couragous) experiences of both daughters and their families. As a Christian, I am frequently questioned about my avid interest in the faith of those following the path of Islam. This book is, if a dare use the phrase, a 'must' for those who have chosen this path, those who have loved ones who have decided to follow, or those, like me, who believe that the followers of Islam and Judaism, as well as Christianity, are indeed brothers and sisters. I would only hope that we can remember the similarities that we do have as well as learn about and celebrate our differences as human beings created by the God who made us.
Paperback: 215 pages