The Year from Jahannam
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0 #9 Jill Murphy 2012-09-04 21:35
I thoroughly enjoyed The Year from Jahannam. This is a remarkably entertaining book. Each member of the Wright family has a distinct personality. What I really enjoyed was the picture painted of life for Londoners in 2011.

This is a traditional moral fable presented using very contemporary mores and tropes, and I commend it to you.
0 #8 Ola 2012-06-11 13:29
This book was such an easy and gripping read, so much so that I was gutted when I finished it as I just wanted it to go on & on.
This being the first ebook I have finished on the Kindle app made me feel like getting some of this authors work as it's perfect for commuting or just chilling indoors.
I really liked the blog angle as it served as a kind of refresher on the current affairs that happened here last year.
So all I can say now is Hurry Up Shams, my brain cells are getting impatient!! :lol: :lol:
Well done! 8)
0 #7 Pete Sykes 2012-04-25 19:42
I've just finished reading "The Year from Jahannam" and thoroughly enjoyed it. In some respects, being able to read Chapter 1 from this website is not a good idea as this is just an intro. This is what I call an "exponential" book where the "un-put-downed- ness" increases exponentially as you progress through the story. It would make a great film!
0 #6 Lyderic 2012-04-09 09:27
The impressive storytelling talent of the author is obvious in this book. The form he adopts (an imaginary family blog) doesn't prevent the plot to unfold convincingly. The clever combination of everyday life situations with fantasy paranormal scenes make the book unputdownable.

The book is very well written and also well researched. I notably learned many facts about the Islamic faith and traditions.

I had a great time reading this work and I would definitely recommend it to anyone
0 #5 walterboy 2012-04-09 09:24
A great start for this author

I had difficulty puting my Kindle down. Missed my train stop as well!

It is a gripping well written plot and the way it has been written as blogs by each family member keeps the reader hooked.

I would definitely recommend your reading this book.
0 #4 Sacintha Raj 2012-04-09 09:22
To Start a hats off to the author.The overall picture given about the family is great.A story presented in detail with out much hype.As it is written with the backdrop of events occurring in day to day life ,it is very much easier to relate.

At the start it lifted up my confidence when I saw how the family struggled together.And gives a quite a good picture about war victims, which every person should understand.

I would say this is a complete marriage of Spiritual realm with day to day lives of humanity.

At the end I would say I enjoyed the novel thoroughly.
0 #3 Helen C Mason 2012-04-09 09:20
This is the story of a normal everyday family's descent into a paranormal nightmare.

I enjoyed the novel concept of this being written in the form of a family blog as each family member sees things from a different perspective and experiences different things.

A cautionary tale about profiteering from the spoils of conflict.

A very good read.
0 #2 Gareth 2012-03-14 11:51
Congratulations mate. :-)
0 #1 Shams Uddin 2012-03-01 17:43
Please leave any comments or questions you have on "The Year from Jahannam".

I will be happy to respond the these.

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