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Inshallah Jinnya a wilful but otherwise a conventional Saudi girl had her life turned upside down at Abba airport when she admired an English expatriate, Mark Maxwell Through a series of fateful situations they meet and fall in love, breaking the civil and religious laws of the country Fighting against all the difficulties they plan their future together, only to be discovered by her brother He had the agonising task of chooseing between his religion and his sister and to a faceoff with Mark his friend Eventually deciding for his sister he is now set against his father who is of an older generation with strongly held religious views Originally written init is of that time when Saudi Arabia had recently become a united country but a country of contrasts, between the and less religious elements, between the rich and the poor, between a desire to modernise and a desire to maintain the discipline of the old This forms the background to the novel and highlights the challenges facing the young coupleThe end leaves the reader to make up their own mind as to rights and wrongs of the tale

10 thoughts on “Inshallah

  1. Dianne Dianne says:

    Be prepared to leave the world as you know it, travel back in recent time, and experience life in Saudi Arabia, a Muslim state that had just undergone major changes within its borders Religion and its customs are harsh, particularly for females, the punishment seems evenharsh for failing to honor millennia old beliefs When a gutsy Muslim woman falls in love w

  2. Natalie Natalie says:

    Inshallah God Willing was originally written in 1978 It is a sweet love story in almost impossible circumstances Jinniya is a traditionally raised Saudi girl, who falls in love with an Englishman named Mark This story left me feeling very conflicted There is a major part of me that sympathizes with Jinniya s father I too am devoted to my religion and I really wan

  3. Pamela Pamela says:

    Parts of this I really liked I found the cultural things really interesting and how people related to each other this took place in the 70s, right before Saudi Arabia and the Middle East started changing Really interesting view of the culture And she really made the 70s real, I could see Mark s feathered hair and that horrid furniture But there was also a trashy Harl

  4. Kellie Harrington Kellie Harrington says:

    InshallahInshallah is an astonishing love story about an Englishman and a Saudi Mark owned a company in Saudi Arabia and occasionally worked with a Saudi named Ali, and one day Ali s sister Jinniya came to Ali s small country Khamis Mushayt by plane from Jidda and Mark noticed her right off but didn t know Ali and Jinniya were related Jinniya noticed Mark also for his li

  5. OrchardBookClub OrchardBookClub says:

    Reviewed by our very own guest author reviewer, Cassandra P Lewis I was pretty sure that I was going to love this book as soon as I saw it I am and have always been drawn to anything that whisks me off to foreign shores, I am intrigued by the Middle East and the different way of life and on top of that, I love taboo love stories Inshallah is the story of Jinniya, a young Sau

  6. Sybil Powell Sybil Powell says:

    Inshallah God willing tells the tale of a handsome English Christian boy and a beautiful Saudi Muslim girl who quite by accident fall in love in a country where the relationship is impossible Banned on both religious and cultural grounds the difficulties the couple have to surmount leads the story through many twists and turns to the point where they are discovered by her brothe

  7. Sweets Books Sweets Books says:

    Mmmmmwell it s a different tale for sure I m not quite sure how I feel towards it Cause in the end I m still not sure what was going to happen An epilogue would have been nice to see how things turned out.As far as the story itself, its a slow pace but steady It s not really from any certain characters POV The characters were believable as was the story It s very Romeo Juliet when y

  8. Rose Wynters Rose Wynters says:

    I decided to purchase this book after reading the description and blurb It really reminded me of some of the older Harlequins, which were some of the first romances I ever read I still adore these to this day Inshallah is very creatively written, with a plot that took me right into the heart of the heroine This book will leave you with a wide range of emotions It kept me guessing, right

  9. Simon Simon says:

    Although written over 30 years ago the story remains both fresh and surprisingly poignant, perhaps evenso given recent events in the world Essentially a love story it is also a journey of discovery and reflection which explores the religious and cultural barriers often placed upon the human heart Very well written I can t praise Inshallah enough.

  10. Danni Danni says:

    A very tasteful and tender read about love in a foreign culture which is alien to many of us It made me realise how we take freedom of thought and expression for granted Lovely words and a lovely story, quite inspiring.

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