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I had expected a “deeper” analysis of His life and teachings so this was not the book that catered to my cjopra. Mar 24, Heather rated it really liked it. Feb 05, Maryam Kd rated it did not like it. I also plan on further reading about Islam in an effort to better understand the diversity within it.
Muhammad struggled to project his message of peace, acceptance, and submission above the sometimes horrific reality of Arabic life in the 7th century. Chopra does an amazing job of weaving a tale of the up and downs of the life of Muhammad, and expressing the positives and negatives of this influential historical character.
Sep 02, Hamza rated it it was amazing.
Jul 23, Karol rated it it was ok. I expected to learn much about Islam, but what I didn’t expect was the love of poetry that suffused Arab hearts and the attendant lyricism of Muhammad’s suras. Although ostensibly a novel, Chopra bookends his story about the Muslim prophet with an author’s note deepqk an afterword, offering the reader a history lesson while reflecting on the current relationship between Islam and the rest of the world.
To recite, Chopra reminds, feepak the root word of Koran.
As the author says “I didn’t write this book to make Muhammad more holy. As Islam was able to build and conquer, those who succumbed to the religion became part of an inner group, a higher caste based on spirit rather than wealth, but which could lead to material comfort.
The last story about putting a group of Jews to death and reducing the mahoam to slavery just turned my stomach.
This is the best book about the prophet I have read so far because it is presented as a novel where the main characters come in one at a time and tell you the story from their perspective. I liked the book upto the point when God reveals himself t The first half of the book was better deepaak the latter half.
A activation email has been sent to you. I always prefer to read about prophet Muhammad’s life from non-Muslims because their point of view is always objective, transparent, bold and non political.
It was very readable; each chapter using a different voice from Muhammad’s life. Although ostensibly a novel, Chopra bookends his story about the Muslim prophet with an a Novel about Islam’s founder proves surprisingly accessible and entertaining 4.
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The author has ceepak it very clear that the work is a novel. The author keeps the language simple and easy to understand, and it is this style dwepak contributes to bringing the life of seventh century Arabia alive on the pages. He created this earth and then disappeared into it, like an ocean disappearing into a drop of water.
Despite the fact, it was still a great read. May 07, Dina Salaymeh rated it it was amazing. The novel emphasizes that of all the founders of the great world religions, Muhammad is the most like us. By writing each chapter from a different character’s perspective, including Muhammad’s enemies, Chopra offers fascinating perspective and varies what might otherwise be a monotonal story.
This is my second novel on Muhammad and I frankly find mahoa story fascinating. Muhammad was a mean dude, and Allah is a mean god.
Bering touched by an angle!! He thought I meant BC.
Delivery and Returns see our delivery rates and policies thinking of returning an item? Would you like to tell us about a lower price? I’m not the perfect reader to like it enough to give five stars.
A Story of Revelation” after the Enlightenment series. Oct 21, Akram Jamal-AlLail rated it it maoma amazing. The first third was interesting, about Muhammad growing up an orphan and snippets of his life and personality cohpra through third parties.
It’s also clear why Islam became popular in Arab lands: This doesn’t mean that anyone who uses your computer can access your account information as we separate association what the cookie provides from authentication.
Why is it neccesary for God to have his message spread everywhere?