Another instance of rather questionable Islam apologism. Books of this kind never seem to address the unpleasant issues of Islam, e.g.: 1. The Prophet Mohammed had several wives. The youngest called Aisha was six years old when he married her and nine when he had sex with her the first time. Why would anyone want to follow a man who is a pedophile?
2. The Koran claims to be holy but demands the death penalty for atheists, apostates from Islam, homosexuals and a number of other groups that don't fit into the concept of Islam. Unless you have a liking of the criminal and illegal why follow such an ideology?
3. During the lifetime of Mohammed some poets wrote poems making fun of him and his followers. He had them murdered. Following this example Islamists murdered the cartoonists in the French magazine Charlie Hebdo. Why would you want to follow a murderer who inspires others to murder?
The list goes on, but these are some examples that spring to mind. I much more enjoyed reading