How the hell he got enough time for those riddles. But there are some girls, some because they are very few in millions , who at least try to adopt Hijaab completely. The ups and downs in the life of the main characters are described so realistically that reader can’t help but shed a few tears in their sadness and smile involuntarily with their happy moments. Reading about Turkey was fun. Jihaan also sufffered pain and hardships. He put her through so much just because she had a stupid phone call with her friend in the beginning of the chapter. A true page turner.
I didnt even know the single word of all lectures. I was just irritated with this guy. The characters were deep. I take Hijab as well but the way it portrays the judgemental views of main protagonist is pathetic really and far too away from Islam. She is a terrific writer nonetheless. Why isn’t Jihan real? Everything from start had a meaning in the end hey, reminds me of JK-R And the puzzle box and all the riddles, oooohhh loved that! This might put negative impact on writer.
First ahked all, thank you Nemrah for writing something different. Jihaan also sufffered pain and hardships. Salaar Sikander, Jehan Sikander. Chihan; for me to enjoy this much is something. Just that things don’t feel as original and I am not as smitten. I do think that the novel was lengthier than it was meant to be, but the plot was awesome! I like how she keeps a balance between fiction and Islamic book.
I was literally irritated by ‘achi larkiyan’. Haya and Jahan both have special place in my heart. The story w What a wastage of time! It changed my idea about life, my take anmed approach towards everything. It is a complete rollercoster ride which will make you thrilled, fascinated and awed altogether. There is no doubt that your writing style is inspired by modern English literature but I have no problem with that in fact this is what I love most about your books But stay away from it’s sequel.
I don’t know why. I just went back and just thought about myself i eoisode found something which always reminded me of her. And then these girls have their stories.
Jannat Ke Pattay XIII By Nimra Ahmed
I like Nimra ahmed’s effort of bringing everybody closer to the meanings of the Quran through explaining some ayahs! But I understand the target nimrra were teenage girls and girls in their twenties who are usually indulged in their pathetic fantasies.
The novel tries to show us that every bad thing that happened to Haya before her hijab was her fault, because she always dressed provocatively and got herself in trouble with other men and invited the displeasure of family members.
Thanks for appreciation MeeJazz Frincy i m gald i did i have never written such a long review before i loved Jihaan as it is quite similar to me in na Thanks for appreciation MeeJazz Frincy i m gald i did i have never written such a long review before i loved Jihaan as it is quite similar to me in nature. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Thi I like Nimra ahmed’s effort of bringing everybody closer to the meanings of the Quran ie explaining some ayahs!
The most intriguing feature about this book was the curiosity Nimra Ahmed kept till the end. Also, I think the plot was unrealistic in many ways.
In her trademark style, she leaves you with a thought, that they will be doing it again. Ma jihaan Sikander suleman mamo ka bhanja aur dimaad aur Haya ka husband. View all 11 comments. I loved the scenes between Haya janant Major Ahmed teehee! It us not just the tale of two people.
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Ahmaq Tamashai by Nimra Ahmed 3. This novel is almost related to me in many sense. Apr 17, Shahroz rated it it was amazing Shelves: He was just a soldier. I like how she interweaves the plot in different time periods. Open Preview See a Problem?
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Learn How to apply makeup. Aug 08, Ambreen Abbasi rated it it was amazing. To start off with the title, “Jannat kay Pattay” mind blowing and awesome.
Oct 19, AK rated it it was amazing. Dec 25, Hina rated it liked it Shelves: A highly recommended novel I believe with all my heart that a day will come when jannar book will be translated into English, and this book will rule the brains and heart of people outside Asia, too. I wish i ll get someone from the army for my future life.
Instead of two or three main characters in the book, the writer presented its reader with many characters and with many characters comes more stories of each character which makes it more interesting, a little bit complex but interesting. Then one day i decided this just for them after reading meri zaat zara e beynishan.
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This book gave a strong position to hijabi girls. Oct 27, Zoha rated it it was amazing Shelves: This adventure will take you to, two countries; Pakistan and Turkey.
This novel is everything I want in a good novel. At some point i get bored and get confused and regret why did i chose it but when i read it further i really get lost in the story and all the characters.
White rose with a letter written to my valentine In fact it is already destroyed. Pqttay 30, Sadiya rated it it was amazing. Not something I’d recommend to anyone. Because keeping secrets is an art and not everyone knows it!