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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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Race is honestly something I knew was an issue but never imagined it to be explored in fiction and I am satisfied with the result.
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Footsteps focuses on Aminah and Sulayman’s parents and while I don’t like perfect characters, reading about Sarah and Ismael’s thoughts and feelings about polygyny was frustrating at times. There were so many racially diverse characters, which I have never seen before in any sort of Genre: Maryam rated it really liked it Jul 10, April rated it it was amazing Sep 02, To view it, click here.
But as the story unfolds, the hairline fractures in their marriage become visible, and the fractures become zakkyyah cracks as Sarah discovers a detrimental secret her husband has kept from her for four months, a secret second wife.
Mar 28, notRahimeanymore rated it it was amazing. Feb 26, Hanna rated it liked it. Footsteps, the third in a trilogy to follow Umm Zakiyyah’s A Voice, is a story that stands on its own in both impact and inspiration. Paperbackpages.
Abeer Mirza rated it it was amazing Mar 05, Of course I enjoyed the romance between Tamika and Sulayman and especially Aminah and Teddy this guy killed me ahaha he’s perfect Also: Return to Book Page. At the heart of the The journey began in If I Should Speak with Fiotsteps Douglass’s path of spiritual growth and direction, treaded at the hands of her college roommates, Aminah and Dee, two Muslims on opposite ends of their strength in Islam.
Qurat-ul-ain rated it it was amazing Aug 07, I know some reviews mentioned being frustrated by hearing so little of some 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!
I know a lot of women may take a certain stance that is covered in this ujm, but I feel that the author did a wonderful job conveying all the characters and their mind set.
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It talks alot about the struggles that women go through to understand this and it also So, I have to say I was not as impressed as I was with the first 2. This is a great book with a strong plot that took me with her to the story where each one of the characters tries to understand this life in the best way. I enjoyed how Kate, an outsider and non Muslims was more open to it than any of the Muslims.
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Haha okay this is a hard opinion to write about. View all 4 comments. There are a few surprises and Im glad Ive read it but I would definately not add it to the list of my best books: I felt uncomfortable at times, since it felt like the author was advocating polygamy for everyone, but by the end it’s clear aakiyyah her stance is the same as mine: I think anyone can figure that out.
I also think married zkaiyyah soon to be married people should read Footsteps for the same reason. Yes I cried a little in places but it didnt hit home as bu as the others, maybe because I had grown used to getting to know Tamika rather than her husbands parents.
Honestly if there wasn’t any Pakistani character, I might not have payed as much attention to it as I did when Zaid’s cultural views came into place. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Just from reading the back of Footsteps, I knew the topic of polygyny was going to be part of the book.
Considering the stance at the end of the book that seems to be the author’s I’m wondering if that was supposed to be Ismael’s thought process? Videos About This Book. Raheemah rated it really liked it Oct 24,