The Siddiqui Brothers in Cairo

The Siddiqui Brothers in Cairo Learn teach and have fun is the Siddiqui family motto and brothers Omar Jafar and Nasir do their best to honor it throughout their rousing adventures in Sameena K Mughal s follow up to Shaherazad

  • Title: The Siddiqui Brothers in Cairo
  • Author: Sameena Mughal
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Learn, teach, and have fun is the Siddiqui family motto, and brothers Omar, Jafar, and Nasir do their best to honor it throughout their rousing adventures in Sameena K Mughal s follow up to Shaherazade s Daughters, set during the Golden Age of Islam.When Mongols destroy the House of Wisdom, the brothers are forced to find a new home and decide to settle in Cairo Before Learn, teach, and have fun is the Siddiqui family motto, and brothers Omar, Jafar, and Nasir do their best to honor it throughout their rousing adventures in Sameena K Mughal s follow up to Shaherazade s Daughters, set during the Golden Age of Islam.When Mongols destroy the House of Wisdom, the brothers are forced to find a new home and decide to settle in Cairo Before they can catch their breath, however, they re standing up for a female scientist against the ranks of chauvinistic scholars claiming to be progressive while refusing to acknowledge her skill and contributions.Throughout the various stories that follow, you ll meet Omar s unexpected love, discover a murder plot that the brothers must race to expose, encounter a troublesome fairy intent on making the brothers lives miserable, and uncover Jafar s surprising power.Inspired by classic Arabian tales, this collection of short historical fantasy is sure to encourage and entertain as the Siddiqui brothers win you over, page by page, with their brilliant, heartfelt charms.

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    1 thought on “The Siddiqui Brothers in Cairo”

    1. This book is not plot-driven or character-driven. That might not bode well for a novel. But this book does have something interesting to offer and that is the author’s presentation of her ideology. I think. I did get the distinct impression that the author was trying to convey some of her perspectives through the ideology of the Siddiqui brothers. More on that later.I say this isn’t plot-driven, because there isn’t a unifying plot to the 6 short stories that chronicle the life of the Siddi [...]

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