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The jewel of Medina
|LC Classifications||PS3610.O6285 J43 2008|
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|LC Control Number||2008006999|
The Jewel of Medina will be published on October 30 in the UK and October 15 in the US, although Jones's US publisher Beaufort Books has closed its . The Jewel of Medina is a chest-heaving, brassiere-busting book of outrageously tacky historical romantic fiction. Some parts of the media are suggesting that this book is at the forefront of.
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Extensively researched and elegantly crafted, The Jewel of Medina presents the beauty and harsh realities of life in an age long past, during a time of war, enlightenment, and upheaval.
At once a love story, a history lesson, and a coming-of-age tale, The Jewel of Medina provides humanizing glimpses into the origins of the Islamic faith, and the nature of love, through the eyes of a truly unforgettable /5(75).
Sherry Jones' novel The Jewel of Medina tells the story of the prophet Mohammad and his child bride A'isha. A'isha was the daughter of Abu Bakr, an early follower of the prophet. He offered the fifty-two year old widower Mohammad his six year old daughter to /5().
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At first glance The Jewel of Medina seems far more light weight a novel. Not something which God is likely to be too bothered/5(75). Extensively researched and elegantly crafted, The Jewel of Medina evokes the beauty and harsh realities of life in an age long past, during a time of war, enlightenment, and upheaval.
At once a 4/5(5). The Jewel of Medina, a work of historical fiction on the life of Hadhrat A’ishah (ra) before, and following, her marriage to the Holy Prophet (saw), is the latest book to. Free download or read online The Jewel of Medina pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Sherry Jones.
The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Hardcover format. The main characters of this historical, historical fiction story are Muhammad, A'isha bint Abi Bakr/5. The Jewel of Medina: A Novel by Sherry Jones in CHM, DOC, EPUB download e-book.
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Book Review The Jewel of Medina: The Prologue. by SB Sarah Aug 7, at pm View all comments. Sherry Jones emailed me the prologue of her book The Jewel of Medina to share with you all.
I’ve read it, and I sent it to shewhohashope to gain her perspective, as she and I are of different faiths and cultures, and have differing. Extensively researched and elegantly crafted, The Jewel of Medina evokes the beauty and harsh realities of life in an age long past, during a time of war, enlightenment, and upheaval.
At once a love story, a history lesson, and a coming-of-age tale, The Jewel of Medina introduces readers to the turmoil that surrounded the birth of the Islamic faith through the eyes of a truly unforgettable heroine.
The Jewel of Medina brings the reader into a relatively unknown world of 7th Century Saudi Arabia and brings to life the events surrounding the beginning of Islam.
The novel seems very respectful of Muhammad to me while at the same time focusing 5/5(5). Sherry Jones' novel The Jewel of Medina tells the story of the prophet Mohammad and his child bride A'isha.
A'isha was the daughter of Abu Bakr, an early follower of the prophet. He offered the forty-nine year old widower Mohammad his six year old daughter to /5(36). The Jewel of Medina reads flatly and suffered from its lack of complexity, particularly as a vehicle for introducing readers to the foundation of Islam.
Aisha doesn’t come across as a matriarch or a figure of female leadership – her leadership is barely exhibited. Author of the controversial new book, Jewel of Medina, Jones came to discuss self-censorship in a presentation entitled “To Hot for Random House: The Jewel of Medina.” Refreshingly approachable, wearing a completely out of place black cocktail dress, and consistently over-acting her pre-typed speech, Jones was the most inspiring thing to.
20 quotes from The Jewel of Medina: ‘ but I realized now that love was more than a feeling. Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars.
The Jewel of Medina by Sherry Jones 1, ratings, average rating, reviews Open Preview The Jewel of Author: Sherry Jones. The Jewel of Medina, Sherry Jones' hot-potato novel about the Prophet Muhammad and his child-bride Aisha, comes not from a field of spuds, but a /5.
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Sherry Jones’ novel The Jewel of Medina tells the story of the prophet Mohammad and his child bride A’isha. A’isha was the daughter of Abu Bakr, an early follower of the prophet. He offered the forty-nine year old widower Mohammad his six year old daughter to.Ultimately, she becomes one of the most important women in Islam, and a fierce protector of her husband’s words and ively researched, The Jewel of Medina evokes the beauty and harsh realities of life in an age long past.
The Jewel of Medina is not a bad book, but it isn't a particularly good one either. Its interest lies in its historical subject matter and, inevitably, the controversy surrounding it. I read somewhere that the novel, dealing with the Prophet's intimate relations with /5(47).