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An ongoing coming-of-age novel looking at the relationship between two young girls, and the effect of this in a physically divided society.

Always looking for feedback! :slight_smile:

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ

In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.


This book is a reminder collection of Quran Verses, Hadiths, Islamic Quotes and stories to inspire us and make us come out of Depression, loneliness and lostness.


ٱلْـحَـمْـدُ للهِ

Praise be to Allah SWT


With regards,
Wattpad Muslim Community

Tears in Purgatory

Trapped both in a marriage and a life she does not want, Nicole Blackwell commits suicide. It was her belief that both her problems and very existence would end as soon as she pulled the trigger. Instead, she finds herself in a bright, sterile world, occupied by the deceased. She is in purgatory, but the inhabitants simply call it the City.
Nicole must now atone for her life’s mistakes by learning the lessons provided to her. She is guided by Leonard Kozlowski, a surfer who drowned at age nineteen. Along the way, Nicole befriends Anastasia Romanova, a Russian Grand Duchess, who was executed during the First World War. As they navigate their way through the City, Nicole slowly accepts sole responsibility for her life’s shortcomings and unhappiness.
Unknown to Nicole, she is no ordinary soul seeking redemption in the afterlife. She has been chosen by an archangel to complete a mission of utmost importance. It is only after her lessons are complete that Nicole learns the truth and is made aware of her destiny.

“What about your mom?” I asked gingerly.

“My mom?” she replied, turning her head with a frown. When I shook my head yes, she continued quietly. “She left when I was very young. She was pretty head-strong. Her and Daddy didn’t get along.”

“Oh,” I flinched in response. “Sorry.”

“Way to go, genius,” I thought to myself.

“It’s ok. You didn’t know. How could you? It’s a normal question. And, it’s been so long… …but, I’m in an ok place with it now.” She reached out and circled the top of my palm in a reassuring manner, letting me know I was off the hook for asking such an uncomfortable question.