“There are always blessings even in hardships.”
A delightful and grasping read to start the month with. It is a story about grief, loss, growth and of coarse, healing. In here we follow Hassan, whom lost his twin brother to cancer and his healing journey throughout pursuing his and his late twin brother Hussin’s dream, on becoming a doctor with the intention and goal to cure more patients.
I personally adore the writing. The author includes a glossary and sources regarding the knowledge of Islam, as well as excerpts taken from the Quran. It’s great how even non muslims can read the book and gain more information, as well as it being a soft yet firm reminder to us muslims.
plot-wise, i did get confused about it on the first half of the book, but fret not, the second half is literally amazing. read it in like 2-3 sittings. knowing me, i did however expects more drama and it’d be great to see how the characters handle them (also mHM i nEEd to know who threw the rock towards Nieza and the mysterious secret admirer 👀)
Characters? love them to bits. i love Hassan, Nieza and Amy’s friendship. their bond is so strong i just adore reading their journey together. of coarse i cant forget Elise, Elana and the rest of the family. beautifully created ❤️
i’d say this is a really perfect read this Ramadhan hence if you’re clueless on what to pick up next, Time to heal is an option in mind 💫
Huge thanks to @imanpublication for the review copy, as well as @norhafsah hamid for the stunning masterpiece.