Some time ago, my boss gave me this book.
He is one of those old slick professor, trying to give dakwah subtly in his everyday life.
When he was invited as a speaker during one of the Photonics conference, he started his talk with surah An Nur talking about light, then relate back to Photonics.
When he gave his Professorial talk, in one slide where he talked about his achievements in life, he put a figure of Kaabah in the timeline, indicating that was the year he performed his hajj.Though he didn't mention it during the talk, but it indicates that hajj was his biggest achievement, perhaps more than the professorship itself.
Nonetheless, when I was not wearing my hijab last time, I used to always listen to his advises on hijab.
So, when he gave me this book, I thought it was so typical of him.
I read the first page and immediately hooked.
You know how in school you have learned about the six principles of faith or rukun iman, but you actually never understand it in details? Well, maybe it is just me because I didn't attend sekolah agama back then.
This book talks in detail about the rationale of each principle, especially a whole lot about qada' and qadar in a simple words; QnA type.
I rate this 5 over 5 and I believe it is a must have book in every Muslim house!