“…reminiscent of Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake…a substantial and provocative work of fiction.”
“…dismantles the myths and stereotypes about what it means to be Muslim... [and] celebrates the redemptive, transcendent power of love and friendship.”
Zainab Mir is a beautiful, sharp-tongued campaign strategist with a penchant for stirring up controversy. Her best friend, Amra Abbas, is a seemingly-unflappable attorney on a grueling partnership track. Can these ambitious Muslim women juggle two cultures, high-powered careers, and unexpected men—including a right-wing talk radio host—to have it all?
“A positive portrait of modern Muslim women…written with affection and detail.”