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2020 Longlist

Letters to God

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ABOUT
THE BOOK

2020 Longlist

Letters to God is about the journey of a young girl named Sarah trying to find her footing in a challenging world. An introvert by nature, Sarah struggles to balance her work, life and her spiritual longing while trying to adapt to her new surroundings. She found friendship along the way and also experienced hostility and heartache. Not knowing who to turn to, she decided to rant and rave to her Creator.

This is a story of a young girl, who made a decision to write letters to God, telling Him of all her worries, and pain. She believes that one can talk to God at any time, any place, even outside prayers. Did Sarah find solace? Or did she continue to be lost?

About the Author

Norhafsah Hamid attended school in Malaysia and then graduated with a law degree from Reading University. She completed her Bar in Malaysia and went back to the UK to work for a year. She then came back to Malaysia and commenced her legal practice. She co-founded an NGO called ‘Nadi Anissa Muslim Women Organisation.

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ABOUT
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Publisher
Iman Publication

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