After fleeing Iraq, the Kurdish Abu family have settled in the United States. Salim, the eldest brother, has been deeply damaged by the torture he suffered at the hands of the Iraqi police, and his psychotic rages are becoming increasingly violent. At only 16, the youngest son, Bilal, holds the family secrets close, revealing nothing. But his conflict is deepened by his own sexual awakening, and he begins to direct his rage and frustration on his own body through cutting. A powerful story of a clash of cultures and the power of the individual voice.
Sulayman X is a novelist living in Bangkok, Thailand, where he is an editor and writer for The Bangkok Post.
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Bilalaes BreadUser Review - dior2008 - Overstock.com
Bilalaes Bread was an intimate look into the Muslim American culture. The book depicts harsh violence and abuse against youths. It is about young love story, it is story about abuse and its damaging effects, it a journey into a unique world shrouded in mystery, fear, and controversy. Read full review
Review: Bilal's Bread: A NovelUser Review - Michael Soros - Goodreads
The plot of the book is better described by others here. The book is very well written and the characters very well developed and believable. What is disturbing is that the plot does not follow one's ... Read full review