Footsteps. By Umm Zakiyyah. Ismael and Sarah have what every couple hopes to achieve. Stability, dedication, and a comfortable life. Footsteps by Umm Zakiyyah. 3 likes. Book. Footsteps by Umm Zakiyyah. Book. 3 people like this topic. Want to like this Page? Sign up for Facebook to get. Footsteps: a novel / Umm Zakiyyah. Author. Zakiyyah, Umm. Published. Suitland, MD: Al-Walaa Publications, . Content Types. text. Carrier Types.
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Footsteps By Umm Zakiyyah. Romance, Fiction Oh and for the people who have issues about reading books by Muslim authors: When I reviewed ‘A Voice’ I said I thought it felt like the author’s writing style had matured, and that’s definitely evident in this book.
The book not only goes into fotsteps nature of polygamy but also explores the reactions and relationships of all the people involved.
Jan 02, Sabrina rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was a little emotional, definitely interesting, and compared to the first two books in the trilogy, I enjoyed reading Footsteps more because this was the first time I read it and not rereading it like the other two. It’s a fiction book. Maryam rated it really liked it Jul 10, Describe your issue Have a question not already answered in the links at left or on our main FAQ page?
zaliyyah I understand a little more why it shouldn’t be as tabooed as it is, but I understand that our reactions are also understandable. Suhad Hozic rated it it was amazing Jan 22, Okay and the whole issue of polygamy She had her soul.
Kirin rated it really liked it Oct 24, In the face of his wife’s discovery, Ismael is torn between the love and security of his marriage, and the natural inclinations any man must temper in a world full of choices, and devastating consequences. Other books in the series. Sarah rated it really liked it Mar 07, I love that Umm Zakiyyah allowed us glimpses of all the families, which really helped us to imagine an established Muslim society and how everything affected many families not just one.
Besides polygyny, marriage is also brought up in Footsteps a lot a subject that is becoming more and more relevant in my life View all 4 comments. Return to Book Page. The complexity of the story was easy to follow, I think even for non Muslims to understand.
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It was a compelling read, although at times I felt like I was being hit over the head with a ‘women are jealous by zzkiyyah, men are polygamous by nature’ stick. And the fact that Umm Zakiyya chooses topics that are interesting to Muslims as well not just a typical story about a Muslim in high school who has the same problems as everyone else but not really because Muslim. About Publish Join Sign In. I know some reviews mentioned being frustrated by hearing so little of ummm characters, but I really enjoyed all the glimpses of the different families and how they live – I can’t get over how thrilling it is to read a book and EVERYBODY’s Muslim!
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. She writes about the interfaith struggles of Muslims and Um and the intercultural, spiritual, and moral struggles of Muslims in America. Open Preview See a Problem? The journey began in If I Should Speak with Tamika Douglass’s path of spiritual growth and direction, treaded zakiyyahh the hands of her college roommates, Aminah and Dee, two Muslims on opposite ends of their strength in Islam.
Learn more about Umm Umj. Mifrah rated it it was amazing May 08, To view it, click here. I could see why people have issues about that.
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It talks alot about the struggles that women go through to understand this and it also has a character that is the second wife of a man who is friends with Sarah. Overall, I was satisfied with the conclusion of the story that while polygamy is allowed, a truly understanding person people is are needed to carry through and shouldn’t be attempted with any doubt in the heart. Apr 29, Ammena rated it liked it.
Considering the stance at the end of the book that seems to be the author’s I’m wondering if zakiyyahh was supposed to be Ismael’s thought process?