The Jewel of Medina
Gibson Square Books, Limited, 2008 - 432 pages
The once feared historical novel about the spellbinding love story between Mohammed and his favourite bride, Aisha. Growing up in a world where women have few rights of their own, she employs her wit, her courage and her sword to control her destiny. Exploring courtship, marriage, politics and faith in a remarkable time, Sherry Jones illuminates an unforgettable heroine who overcame great obstacles to reach her potential as a woman and leader.
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Review: The Jewel of Medina (Medina #1)User Review - Paitsgreekgirl - Goodreads
Since I love historical fiction I thought this book would help me understand Islam and the Muslim faith. I had started reading it months ago and put it down because I was bored to tears but my ... Read full review
Review: The Jewel of Medina (Medina #1)User Review - Amy - Goodreads
this book was really disappointing. 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 ... Read full review