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Summary

This translation of the Quran will help you to understand the topic you are listening to and learn the moving and transformative message of the Quran. There are 1,500 sections with headings. The infallible word of God is a literary masterpiece of breathtaking beauty, revealed by the Most Gracious and Loving Lord in an authoritative yet gentle, poetic language. 

This refreshing and beautiful message of the glorious Quran is accurate, and reads easily and flows smoothly. This landmark translation will appeal to English speakers globally.

©2020 Invitation Publishing (P)2020 Invitation Publishing

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so dramatic

I love everything about the Quran, different takes and nuances in the translations even but one thing that's really irks me personally is the voice and style of the Narrator assuming it is Angus Scott. I couldn't get past chapter two. The narration seems very "biblical" and seems like God is angry at you (just how I felt).

This version is very simplistic and might be suited to someone who's new to the concept of Islam or perhaps come from another major religion.

If you're looking for a more calming or contemplative listen, this is not it.

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Pronunciation of Arabic words needs to be corrected but otherwise good

Happy that an Audible version is available, however sad that the pronunciation of certain Arabic words is not correct. Needs to be corrected to make it a better listening experience.

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  • 25-06-22

Narrator sounds like Darth Vader

Also mispronounces both Arabic and English words. Couldn’t listen to the whole book; really annoying.