Sarah Shaffi is a freelance literary journalist and editor. She writes about books for Stylist Magazine online and is books editor at Phoenix Magazine.
Book Club: The Parisian is not only a book about war, but also about heritage, family and the history of Palestine, reviews Sarah Shaffi.
Book Club: Internment is about racism, prejudice and the thin line between democracy and demagoguery, while also a tribute to youngsters of today and their refusal to let injustice stand.
Book Club: Layla AlAmmar created something strong and lasting, a book about a woman seeking to exist on her own terms in a world which wants women to stay quiet.
Book Club: This powerful essay collection gives Muslim women the space that they are often denied in public discourse to speak frankly on faith, feminism, love, sex, marriage and identity.