Adam & Hawa (Adam & Hawa, #1) - Aisya Sofea I read this book halfway which was owned by my former matric roommate and then I end up buying it to read the other half. It was average in the beginning. Sort of stereotyped malay characters; handsome mixed blood pilot and demure stubborn intelligent girl. I seriously think she overreacted in the event that leads to the marriage while Adam seems to be very out of character from the one he potrays in the beginning (I just dont buy the attempt to make him look like a playboy). The readability actually started in the middle of the book where both of them reunited in Makkah. Then it gets better near the end.The book is at guilt of stereotyping its character and the plot flows runs thin but its rather well written for the genre. But its a good book nonetheless.