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This is such a relief from their minimalist image portrayed by today’s Muslim extremists.

He may be very authentic, but it seemed to me that he was more of a ruler focused on political needs than a spiritual figure. A decent piece of historical fiction, depicting the early life deagulj Aisha, favorite wife of the prophet Muhammad.

Dragulj Medine by Sherry Jones (5 star ratings)

A’isha is constantly battling Muhammad’s other wives to maintain her place as the head of the harem and is willful and disobedient when ordered to not speak to her childhood love interest. The Jewel of Medina introduces readers to the turmoil that surround the birth of Islamic faith through the eyes of a true herione. Nevertheless, it was fascinating to read about life during this period in history and about Muhammad’s 13 wives.

Prior to scheduled publication in August ofgalleys were sent out and a subsequent firestorm erupted when a University of Texas Professor medinf the name of Denise Spellberg decided to warn Random House that the book could incite violence from radical Muslim groups, calling the book “an ugly, stupid piece of work” and “soft-core pornography. I only read the book to understand how it caused a publisher to be burned – not the best of books.


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In a way, this depiction made Muhammad look manipulative and crafty. Overall, I thought Sherry Jones did a very respectful rendering of how she views the life of women in the early era of Islam. And it was ok- just ok. However, it isn’t a well-written book and I don’t think I would strongly suggest anyone else read it.

No trivia or quizzes yet. It appeared well-researched but I am not dgagulj of the writer’s skills in storytelling. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

One of the more puzzling characters is Mohammed. While fictional, the behaviors and characterizations of each woman deepens the insight of the reader into ancient Islamic life. This single location in Victoria: The Tempest in a Teapot: The book, although interesting and timely, was a bit heavy-handed and trite.

Where you are, mothers chastise their daughters with a single name. While it was certaintly a good, easy read, I picked it up hoping to get a better grip on the history of the Muslim people but felt that the perceptions of Islam were one-sided. A’isha is married to the Prophet Muhammad at the age of nine and has a very father-daughter relationship with her elderly husband. Back to the book itself – two stars for a promising premise and enjoyable read, but it stays just on the two stars because had it been written by another writer, it probably would’ve been better than how it is now!


This was a better written book and somewhat enjoyable but I doubt, having seen a few reviews, that I will read the companion volume The Sword of Medina or indeed anything more from this author.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Lists with This Book. To begin with, Allah has never been referred to as al-Lah, and after all the sources referred to in the writing of this book at least the number that are listed in the bibliography really surprising. Whatever quibbles one has with the story’s execution, though, it’s great to see that the book found a publisher who refused to give in to malicious, ignorant threats.

I had started reading it months ago and put it down because I was bored to tears but my obsessive compulsive behavior made me pick it back up and finish it. I was not impressed.

Dragulj Medine

Really likeable characters — felt like it was respectful to those who believe in Mohommed and Islam as a faith. Draguln longs for the priviledges of men. Get to Know Us. Unfortunately, the characters are very two dimensional.