- I am Thunder… and I Won’t Keep Quiet by Muhammad Khan
- I Am Thunder And I Won’t Keep Quiet By Muhammad Khan
- I Am Thunder
- Review: I Am Thunder and I Won’t Keep Quiet by Muhammad Khan
I am Thunder… and I Won’t Keep Quiet by Muhammad Khan
Muhammad Khan, a maths teacher, has created a powerful, sophisticated and intensely likeable female narrator in this thrilling novel which punches well above the weight of most debuts. Khan has a rare ear for authentic teenage dialogue and manages to bring humour and lightness to.and does your
I am criticized by my friends for buying books and not reading them timely. Thus, I decided to finish reading this one sooner. That day I read it during my walking time, lunch time, when I was with friends in that was incorporated throughout the day. Unlike ALL my books and belongings which come along having the hashtag Notgonnagiveittoanyone. I actually returned something I had, because of the few reasons. Starting with the story line, main characters of the book is Muzna Saleem, a teenager Muslim-Punjabi girl who is a Paki-British and loves writing.
You know the time when you have no idea what this book is about but the title intrigues you so you start reading it and realize it is nothing like you expected in a good way. It is a story of a girl, Pakistani by origin but British at heart.
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Muhammad Khan, a maths teacher, has created a powerful, sophisticated and intensely likeable female narrator in this thrilling novel which punches well above the weight of most debuts. Khan has a rare ear for authentic teenage dialogue and manages to bring humour and lightness to a heavy subject. He has said that he was inspired to write the book by news reports about the three teenage girls who, in February , left Bethnal Green Academy in east London to join Islamic State. Muzna, a likeable north Londoner, is a clever, creative Year 11 student with aspirations to be a novelist and the usual teenage issues with unwanted hair…. Get The International Pack for free for your first 30 days for unlimited Smartphone and Tablet access. Already a member? Log in.
Reviewed by Privy Trifles August 15, Publishers: Pan Macmillan India. Behind the Book Fifteen-year-old Muzna Saleem, who dreams of being a writer, struggles with controlling parents who only care about her studying to be a doctor. Forced to move to a new school in South London after her best friend is shamed in a scandal, Muzna realizes that the bullies will follow her wherever she goes. But deciding to stand and face them instead of fighting her instinct to disappear is harder than it looks when there's prejudice everywhere you turn. Until the gorgeous and confident Arif shows an interest in her, encouraging Muzna to explore her freedom.
I Am Thunder And I Won’t Keep Quiet By Muhammad Khan
One of the most confronting books I have read this year and a story that really hits the nail on the head. A new YA voice that demonstrates how far one can go to protect what they believe in and accurately depicts the world today. I really want to take this moment to thank the author, Muhammad Khan, for writing this story.
I Am Thunder
Review: I Am Thunder and I Won’t Keep Quiet by Muhammad Khan