Book Tag, Ramadan Readathon

Ramadan Readathon Book Tag

Hey guys! So Amna at the YA Book Corner has created a really great book tag for this years Ramadan Readathon! So I thought this would be a great one to do as my first book tag!

For more information about this years Ramadan Readathon go check them out on Twitter and Instagram

Ramadan Readathon Book Tag

~*Mirrors and Windows*~

Name a book that you felt represented you or that you were able to relate to.

Does My Head Look Big In This by Randa Abdel Fattah. I loved the way the main character, Amal, has to deal with all that comes from living in the west and feeling the odd one out and sticking to her faith.

~*My Muslim Hero/Heroine*~

Name your favorite Muslim character and explain why.

The book this character is in isn’t by a muslim author but it still has great muslim rep! I love Samirah Al-Abbas from the Magnus Chase trilogy by Rick Riordan. She is strong and independent yet still holds on to her faith. She’s a complete badass and so unapologetically muslim.

~*Patience is a virtue*~

Name your most anticipated read by a Muslim author.

Reaper at the Gates by Sabaa Tahir! I have been waiting for this book for so long!

~*Muslim Scribe*~

Name your favorite Muslim author.

Sabaa Tahir and Aisha Saeed I love both of them! Don’t make me choose!

~*The Muslim Shelf*~

Recommend one book by a Muslim author that everyone should read.

As Amal Unbound is the most recent book that I read and cannot stop thinking about, I’m going to say that everyone should read it! It’s seriously amazing!

Really enjoyed this tag! Let me know what your answers would be!

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4 thoughts on “Ramadan Readathon Book Tag”

  1. Thanks so much for participating in the book tag! A Reaper At The Gates is one of my most anticipated reads too and I LOVE Sabaa Tahir as well. Amal Unbound is part of my Ramadan Readathon TBR and I’m excited to read it. Heard so many wonderful things about it. 🙂

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  2. I really to need to read Does My Head Look Big In This already; I keep hearing great stuff about it. And I’ve never wanted to read Rick Riordan before, but now I’m really curious to check out the Magnus Chase trilogy. Thanks for the recommendations!

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