Bits of Heaven | A Book Review

Assalamualaikum wbt,

It was never my intention buying this book, I guess how I manage to buy and red this book is a miracle itself. I reckon spending an hour in Popular only to realize that I didn’t even brought anything, another hours later I went back to the same bookshop and manage to get this one unintentionally. What a coincidence isn’t it?
So, Bits of Heaven, I must say, I’ve been looking for a book like this which are not only beautifully written but also relies on how to deliver the facts itself. Make it live able and accepted in reality. That kind of injecting life into a book (err?).

“How do you value truth, Akeed?”“It’s part of virtues which I value more than everything else.”“Including your own life?” I sat mute.“We are now running against the clock. We’ve got to move fast, got to get everything cleared out.”I was confused.“Don’t be easily distracted. The truth is not simply visible to the naked eyes, not anymore. When people believe so much in media reports, history itself may conceal the truth. Only the chosen ones can see.”
Akeed Yahya is a PhD student at the Ohio University, United States of America. His objective in life is to discover the authentic essence of virtues through his involvement in watchdog journalism. Having faced great ordeals during this journey, like being shot in the city of Fallujah in the Iraqi al-Anbar province, there are two traits he cannot simply brush aside – tender solicitude and persistent inquisitive nature. These traits have driven him to travel to the Middle East to contend with some hard-truths about Egypt’s conflict and the aftermath of the Iraq War.
Akeed’s dauntless journey explores every aspect of journalism, philosophy and religion. The book is an interesting read for those who yearn for something with a different twist.

A serious matters deliver in a form of fiction book was a brilliant idea ever. I never thought that I can digest facts easily rather than having a headache reading some newspaper writing. Upss.
I must say people nowadays are not really conscious about valuing the truth of a person/event happen, some of them blinded by what the social media babbling about, tho it was not report truthfully. This book discuss this matter with broad minded without affecting the actual virtues quality of a person.
The main character are bold and strong (I’m impress!), sometimes just too good to be true, until the end of the stories where writer want us to know every people experience difficulties in their own journey and it always depends on our perspective whether the road we all taken worth the hereafter or not.
I love how faith value written in this book. Its just simply wonderful and amazing, it change my perspective a bit, in a good way I supposed. I felt its just a Hlovate-style of writing strikes my soul and mind again. Kudos sis Aisyah!
Rating : 4.5/5
I’m totally happy with this book. Thanks sis Aisyah. 

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  • 5 🌟 review up on the link 👆
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I remember how its stabs my heart several times and kept me with a weird feeling lurking in my stomach.
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My advice, please do not read this book on the public area as you'll grin like a mad person before u even realize it AND do not read it on the late night, where everyone had fall asleep, the eerie side of this book may freak u out.
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Well done @yangszechoo for the writing 😘❤️
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I shall say only three words for this book : short, fastfoward and paranormal.
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The story involving two malay detectives pushed into a tangled world of paranormal serial killer, a vampire like. But what matter the most, it has a connection from their ancestor. .
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There were still much hole on the plot as there were several unanswered questions at the end of the book. Still, the crucial questions had all been covered, so that not gonna be a problem.
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Its also have a plot twist which I did not expect nor do I excited about. Its just so-so.
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The ending for me does not satisfied as there are so much 'Why this and that?'.
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But yeah still a nice fast foward reading, this first published book for RAM Typewriter gotta glued you till the end with the curiousity bait in every pages.
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P/s : Are you a fan of RAM? Have you read this book? Or what was your fave RAM' s book?
P/s : Im not really a fan of RAM, but my mom is. Only she always read the first and the last chapter😂
#ramleeawangmurshid #kasyafain
  • Today Gratitude : To all the follower of this IG account. .
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As an introvert, i found its really hard to interact with other human being because of the shyness been accumulated inside me. I have no other words to decribe how meaningful other was to me. The reader, the follower or even the bypasser of this bookstagram pages, i would like to sincerely thank you for doing so. I pray for your everlasting wellness. May the goodness always in your favor ❤️.
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Dont let it stop here. Pass your own gratitude to other. Spread the positivity so there is no way for a blues monday.
  • Fix me in this path ya Allah.
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Kau kena faham, untuk berada di jalan yang kau pilih, untuk mengejar impian, tak semua akan faham bagaimana kau menjalankannya.
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Nasihat aku pada diri sendiri, keep moving on and teruskan berdoa in every step we take. Percaya dengan sebulat tekad, bahawa jalan terbaik bukanlah yg pada akhirnya berjaya, tapi pada proses kau mengenal Majikan Kau yang sebenarnya. Indeed He is Capable of Everything.
  • Izinkan aku membaca untuk seribu tahun lama lagi.
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Im out of words but soon im gonna post my book haul in my blog. 😁😁
  • What if, you are a ghostwriter. What it felt to write something for someone as themself and they take the credit? .
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This is indeed a digging the truth in a very deep way kind of writing. .
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I manage to visit a bookXcess outlet on Fahreinheit (after accidently mistook their warehouse an outlet 😅😅😅). And i'm both excited and amaze on how low all the books prices was. Due to my tight budget Im very glad to have some new books haul to bring back to KK and living with the most relaxing time of my life - reading.