Ex-Muslim Ali Rizvi‘s new book. The Atheist Muslim, is out today, and if you click on the screenshot you can go to the Amazon link. I read the book in draft form and provided a blurb for the back cover, so I obviously think it’s worth reading. It’s an interweaving of his personal journey away from Islam combined with more theological and political arguments against the religion—from one who was an adherent. Since none of the Four Horsepersons was a Muslim, this is a good addition to the New Atheist literature—a complement to Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s more personal narratives in her first two books (and her more theological/political arguments in her latest).
There’s a review at Publisher’s Weekly that is pretty much spot on. Read the book more for the arguments against Islam, which are very good, than for the personal stuff.