Realities of Submission (eBook)

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Renee cannot date, listen to worldly music, or wear fashionable clothes. These are the rules of her father’s church, and they embarrass and annoy her, especially amongst her peers. But she tries her best to be a good daughter. Her only friends are William and Reggie, whose growing fondness for her takes her by surprise. But she is most unprepared for Islam entering her life.

Book Size: 5.5″ x 8.5″

Page Count: 330

ISBN: 978-0970766748

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 In this novel, internationally acclaimed author of the If I Should Speak trilogy introduces us to the heart, mind, and life of Renee Morris, the narrator of this reflective tale.
Told in three parts, Renee’s story tells of a stringent childhood in her father’s church and her ultimate submission to the religion of her nature in young adulthood. As Renee embraces Islam wholeheartedly, the spiritual tranquility of her initial conversion begins to wane as she faces the often painful realities of navigating the terrains of the Muslim experience itself.
At times humorous and at times painful, the story touches the reader’s deepest thoughts and incites the familiar questioning of the human soul.
“…phenomenally powerful…moving.”
—Yasmin bint Ismail, author A Hand Through the Door For My New Sister