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Nobody's Perfect is the shocking true story of Saher, born into the Pakistani community in London. She wants true love, not an arranged marriage, so searches for the perfect man. Along the way she meets a young Muslim man who becomes radicalised at a London mosque, a con man who takes seventy thousand pounds and threatens to kill her, a fiance who dies, then comes back from the dead as an MI6 assassin and a number of psychopaths who try to destroy her. Eventually she finds an inner strength and overcomes all adversity, including her own addictions, with the help of great friends, a loving husband and a beautiful daughter.
Nobody's Perfect is a true story that needs to be told. It includes numerous topical themes of global interest, including growing up as a Muslim in the UK, radicalisation of young Muslims in London mosques and universities, the search for identity and meaning in life, the pursuit of romantic ideals, the prevalence of psychopaths in society and how they prey on their victims over the internet, addictions, and finally redemption and overcoming adversity.
Writing this book has helped Saher to face her demons, but reading it can help many other people to avoid the same mistakes.
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Saher Jones was born in 1977 to immigrant parents and grew up among the Pakistani community in the Forest Gate area of East London. After school, she went to Kingston University where she did a four year degree in German and Politics. She then completed her PGCE and became a secondary school teacher, teaching Modern Foreign Languages at a comprehensive school in East London.
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Book Description Paperback. Condition: Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Seller Inventory # GOR004343894
Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Used; Good. Seller Inventory # 2549091