The Perfect Gentleman

☆ United States Books The Perfect Gentleman  Ebook Author Imran Ahmad – johndore.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • The Perfect Gentleman
  • Imran Ahmad
  • English
  • 04 July 2017
  • 1455508497

About the Author: Imran Ahmad

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The Perfect Gentleman Both deliciously funny and deeply insightful, THE PERFECT GENTLEMAN is a beguiling multi layered memoir that has touched the hearts of readers all over the world At the age of one, Imran Ahmad moved from Pakistan to London, growing up torn between his Islamic identity and his desire to embrace the West Join Imran in his lifelong struggle against corruption and injustice, and as he grapples with some of Life s most profound questions What does God do exactly Do you automatically go to Hell for following the wrong religion How do you persuade a beautiful woman to become your girlfriend and would driving a Jaguar XJS help Can you maintain a James Bond persona without the vodka, cigarettes and women even whilst your parents are trying to arrange your marriage Imran s unimagined journey makes thoughtful, compelling, and downright delightful reading With a unique style and unflinching honesty, THE PERFECT GENTLEMAN addresses serious issues in an extraordinarily light way, and will leave readers both thinking deeply and laughing out loud. Read The Perfect Gentleman By Imran Ahmad – johndore.co.uk

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  1. Δx Δp ≥ ½ ħ says:

    Pas liat poster launching buku ini, ada satu pertanyaan yang mengganjal, Memangnya kenapa kalau seorang muslim datang dan tinggal di negrinya James Bond yang notabenenya nonmuslim Toh, James Bond pun kalau datang ke negeri muslim dia tidak risau apalagi ini seorang bocah Karena penasaran apa sebenarnya isi buku ini dan ingin mendapatkan tanda tangan Pidi Baiq dia datang sbg bintang tamu memberi kata pengantar buku ini dan sukses bikin peserta launching terpingkal pingkal buat buku Drun Pas liat poster launching buku ini, ada satu pertanyaan yang mengganjal, Memangnya kenapa kalau seorang muslim datang dan tinggal di negrinya James Bond yang notabenenya nonmuslim Toh, James Bond pun kalau datang ke negeri muslim dia tidak risau apalagi ini seorang bocah Karena penasaran apa sebenarnya isi buku ini dan ingin mendapatkan tanda tangan Pidi Baiq dia datang sbg bintang tamu memberi kata pengantar buku ini dan sukses bikin peserta launching terpingkal pingkal buat buku Drunken Marmut saia sialnya, saia lupa buat bawa ketiga buku lainnya T_T Orangtuaku berlangganan majalah Life yang datang via pos Dalam sebuah edisi terdapat artikel berjudul Yang Tewas Dalam Seminggu Aku mengitung sebelas halaman berisi foto foto kecil tentara Amerika yang tewas dalam perang di suatu tempat Aku tidak p...

  2. Bunga Mawar says:

    It s just another what I learned from this book.Kami pindah ke Pondok Bambu saat saya baru memulai sekolah dasar Sahabat pertama saya, yaitu teman yang akhirnya menemani perjalanan sepanjang enam tahun pulang pergi dari rumah ke sekolah adalah Joice, seorang gadis Batak Menjelang Natal, dia akan meletakkan rumput di dalam sepatunya yang diletakkan di luar rumah Taruh rumput d...

  3. Harun Harahap says:

    Lucu sih tapi agak sedikit menyedihkan Menyedihkan karena dia terombang ambing karena pergulatan jiwanya untuk menemukan agama yang SEJATI Sayangnya dia hanya mengeluh dan puas atas pengetahuannya tentang tiap agama yang sedikit Sehingga rasanya percuma saja dan ingin sekali teriak di kupingnya PERDALAM DONK AGAMA YANG LO MAU Ba...

  4. Waqar Saleem says:

    This book is written out like an autobiography of the author whose family migrated from Pakistan to England shortly after partition when he was still a small child Its chapters are indexed by the year he is writing about and his age at the time, with rarelythan 6 pages devoted to each year This makes the book a quick read.The book lists the author s observations of and reflections on the world around him The style is candid and the author s personal sense of humour shines through as he This book is written out like an autobiography of the author whose family migrated from Pakistan to England shortly after partition when he was still a small child Its chapters are indexed by the year he is writing about and his age at the time, ...

  5. Ali says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this memoir It s written in a very readable and deciptively simple style In his own quiet, subtle way Imran Ahmad has addressed some big themes The writing though is engaging, and honest, remarkably so, and Imran emerges as a decent young man, with all the bad habits, concerns and confusions of the young Many of his trial and tribulations along the way are hilarious, and touching, and any of us who have had an unrequited love, or...

  6. Dolores says:

    I met the author a few weeks ago when he gave a talk about the book in Dallas He is very funny and the passages he read were hilarious This book is NOT ABOUT A TERRORIST Far from it It dispells the myths and propaganda It is about a Muslim growing up in Londo...

  7. Puty says:

    Entertaining memoir from an interesting point of view Moslem boy meets the West It s really honest that it s funny , talking about a lot of things, from ridiculous students problem like body odour, to discrimination and inter religion debate I really like the way Imran pointing out quite a lot of stuff about Islam in a very rational universal way, to the level I m recommending it to both non Moslem Moslem Also recommending it to Moslem parents who are raising kids in Western cult Entertaining memoir from an interes...

  8. Baljit says:

    Finished this in a day. Absolutely refreshing Imran writes candidly about his life as a Pakistani boy in London From a room in a bedsit, to his parents own home, his entrance into a prestigious grammer school and his university days in Scotland.But thru his ups and downs he is plagued by religious questions and his discussions with various Christian evangelists fuel his doubts about Islam being the true path Life is a journey as Imran discovers Hope this brilliant writer producesFinished this in a day. Absolutely refreshing Imran writes candidly about his life as a Pakistani boy in London From a room in a bedsit, to his parents own home, his entrance into a prestigi...

  9. Sooraya Evans says:

    Bought my copy after meeting the author during the World Halal Forum Kuala Lumpur back in 2012 An overall charming and interesting read But I didn t quite get the ending and epilogue.

  10. TC says:

    This book proves that apparently it is possible to lead an undistinguished, unremarkable life, and yet be given the opportunity to publish your memoirs not only in your home country, but to have a special American Translation published to help break you to a whole new market This edition is clearly meant for the US, with helpful footnotes explaining some intricacies of UK schooling, and also replaces Britishisms for their American equivalents, like subway and cell phone I guess his publ This book proves that apparently it is possible to lead an undistinguished, unremarkable life, and yet be given the opportunity to publish your memoirs not only in your home country, but to have a special American Translation published to help break you to a whole new market This edition is clearly meant for the US, with helpful footnotes explaining some intricacies of UK schooling, and also replaces Britishisms for their American equivalents, like subway and cell phone I guess his publisher figured none of his readers would be fans of PBS As best as I can tell, Imran Ahmed lived a somewhat privileged life, enjoying the free grammar school and free college education that one once used to receive in the UK, all while dreaming of owning a Jaguar, imaginin...