Jannat Kay Pattay // I now declare this book as my most favourite book of all time! ❤

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14 thoughts on “Jannat Kay Pattay // I now declare this book as my most favourite book of all time! ❤

  1. Great review.I like a book with many twists.I also liked the cultural angle to the narration like in the speech that you mentioned.Always nice to explore other cultures through books.I’ll be adding this to my TBR.

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    1. Thank you! It means a lot. ☺
      I love to read books about other cultures too. ❤
      I would love to recommend this book to you but sadly, it’s not translated into English yet. It’s in Urdu format at the moment. 😦

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  2. EXCUSE ME girl he was mine 😑 TBH this review is bomb af! 💓👇 Loved loved loved it!no doubt Haya was a churail at first 😂😂😂😂 Again fantabulous review! 💓💓💓💓💓
    Haniya
    booknauthors.blogspot.com

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    1. Chalo behan door hato .😂
      Thaaaank you Haniya 😻😻
      Haina? I mean, she was like a bully and I hated her at the beginning. I also hated her for being extremely pretty like khubsurat larkiyon ko hi mil skta hai Jehan? Ye kahan ki nainsafi hai??!! 😭😭

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  3. I was just about to ask if this book has been translated into English yet, but there it is in one of the comments. Damnit! 575 pages is huge as well, so then it’s even more of an achievement that it got such a praising review from you! 😀 Awesomesauce :3

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    1. Do you know that one page in an Urdu book is equal to two pages in an English book? This book is incredibly long! Some of my friends even skipped a lot of parts and finished the book in two days. 😂
      The reason why I love this book a lot is because I try to be a practicing Muslim and this book really strengthened my faith.
      Also because this book had a really, really handsome guy with an amazing personality. 😂
      I wish it was translated to English but it isn’t. Anyway, if I come across a translated version of this book, I will send it to your way! ^-^

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      1. I didn’t…O_o wow! *takes off hat for you* do you write Urdu with the Arabic alphabet btw? Haha, 2 days!! That’s a LOT of parts xD. That sounds great! How was your eid al adha? Handsome guys work too in strengthening your faith ;). I’ll hold you to it!! 😀 ❤

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      2. Urdu is developed from both Arabic and Persian languages. Some words are even the same so if you can speak Arabic or understand it, you can probably understand one or two words from our conversation too. 😀
        Eid ul Adha is going awesome! I feel guilty to say that I spent the first day sleeping or doing nothing interesting in particular :3 But I had been really tired. Are you celebrating it tho?
        Hahahahah yeah but the handsome guys only exist in books. Sigh.

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      3. I noticed that a little indeed! 😉 Haha, oh whatevs, it isn’t a party unless there’s a bit of sleeping involved! xD
        I’m not :(. I wrote a poem about sausages on the first day?? But I am 200% sure that one doesn’t count as celebrating it XD. Yeah, tell me about it. Well, except for my husband of course *coughs* 😉

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  4. Someday, I’ll reread it and then write a review myself. Someday….
    Haya, although a churail, later became extremely inspirational for me. I took courage from a lot of the things she did and I loved the fact that she taught me so much. As a hijabi niqabi girl, I couldn’t ask for anything better than a heroine like her. Jihan, well, I won’t even go there. Why aren’t real men like him? WHY?

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    1. She was an inspiration but I was really annoyed by her character many times.
      I’m thinking of updating my review soon. I thought that the book was dragged a lot and honestly? I don’t like Jihan much now. His actions were really crazy sometimes. Like following her around and etc.

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      1. Eeeeeeep. Well, I have read it twice already and my opinions haven’t changed. I will admit that sometimes, the thoughtful passages get a bit long and boring. Sometimes.

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