This book really blew my mind for the intimacy it brought to me while reading it. I was very keen to know what was happening even though I knew in some ways what it was that was about to happen. Elif writes English in a strange way, but I guess much like listening to a Turk speak English, it is not always perfect, but it has a character that is beautiful and enjoyable. I highly recommend revisiting your identity of love by reading this book.
Surprisingly educational and relevant to both Christians and Muslims alike. If you wanted to know more about Rumi, and life in 13th Century Middle East lands, as well as understand spirituality versus religion in both the old world and the modern age, then you'll find this book quite compellinr