Freebie Fridays #6

Hey Everyone,

As you know, I have been trying this new thing for me where I tell you about a book I loved and share a free ebook link to that book if possible.

What I picked this novel?

I have so many emotions and thoughts, yet I feel bad expressing how I feel about this one because I don’t make part of this minority since I’m white and the religion I was born in is Roman Catholicism. However, I still need to write my thoughts on paper, so they will be in tomorrow’s post if you like to hear them. All I want to want to say for now is that it is five stars for me.

First Lines:

Whoever told me perfection was overrated straight up lied. All the mistakes I may have already made run through my head as I lower my leg from arabesque and transition into a plié and my outstretched arms curve into first position. The faint, barely there taps of my pointe shoes grazing across the polished wood floors gets swept up in the music as I set my feet to prepare for the turning combination. My eyes meet Morgan’s as I glance at myself in the mirror, and she winks at me quickly. I fight the urge to grin back, trying not to do anything extra to stick out more.

Goodreads Blurb:

In this compelling and thought-provoking debut novel, after a terrorist attack rocks the country and anti-Islamic sentiment stirs, three Black Muslim girls create a space where they can shatter assumptions and share truths.

Sabriya has her whole summer planned out in color-coded glory, but those plans go out the window after a terrorist attack near her home. When the terrorist is assumed to be Muslim and Islamophobia grows, Sabriya turns to her online journal for comfort. You Truly Assumed was never meant to be anything more than an outlet, but the blog goes viral as fellow Muslim teens around the country flock to it and find solace and a sense of community.

Soon two more teens, Zakat and Farah, join Bri to run You Truly Assumed and the three quickly form a strong friendship. But as the blog’s popularity grows, so do the pushback and hateful comments. When one of them is threatened, the search to find out who is behind it all begins, and their friendship is put to the test when all three must decide whether to shut down the blog and lose what they’ve worked for…or take a stand and risk everything to make their voices heard. 

Goodreads Link Here.

Download Link Here

Alex

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