Islamic Fictions

  • Introduce Ramadan to your child with these 13 children’s books

    “To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty theme.”– Herman Melville Yes, a few years ago we had all varieties of books. I’d gone to bookshops and as usual got lost in thousands of books. But I hardly found any book that would discuss about a person like me or a festival that […]

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  • Lost Part 3

    Her entire body ached with pain. She slowly opened her eyes. The dim light glowed in the small room. She looked around and realized she was in a hospital room. She then saw Imran sitting on a chair. He had fallen asleep like that. She watched at him sadly. How dearest was he? How could […]

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  • Lost Part 2

    “Shut up Amna! Stop crying!! Your dad is dead!” Fida shouted at her daughter. She hated Imran. He ruined her life. She never thought everything would end like this. She loved him once and that was her first mistake. She thought he’ll be fun. He was attractive, mind blowing. Every other girl in her school […]

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    Lost Part 1- Short Story

    “I’ve heard enough…just leave me alone!” she yelled. Imran’s face reddened with shock. For a moment he felt lost. Finding difficult to stare back at the most adorable eye, now full of rage, he looked at his little girl who started crying out loud. Baby Amna’s cheeks flushed as if she was in a completion […]

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    “Nothing but Love”- Reviews

    In Nothing but Love, the author Zeneefa Zaneer captivates the reader from the very first page. Amash, a hard-headed and cynical guy is averse to marriage, but is forced to marry A. B., upon the last wish of his mother with whom he had a strained relationship. A. B., a strong-willed and bold girl comes […]

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