I also recommend it.
The only problem is, it is part of a trilogy. And third part isn't written yet.
So after you read part 1 and 2, you will want more and be pissed since you have to wait.
Why Does God Allow Evil?
The Islamic position concerning life’s trials and tribulations is one that is extremely empowering. Calamities, disasters, and tragedies — all forms of suffering and hardship—are viewed as divinely-sent tests. This life is not meant to be one giant party, rather, we have been created with a noble purpose — to worship God. Tests are an inevitable part of this purpose. These tests serve as a reminder of our greater purpose, as a means of purification, and, ultimately, as a way to draw closer to God. Tests are actually seen as a sign of God’s love. In fact, the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said,
“When God loves a servant, He tests him.”
A must have is:
Book by Marcus Aurelius
Tough to find,
Look hard for something that has at least three pages. Generally, the first page has a few large words, maybe a picture, the last page, which is printed on the wrong side, god knows why, tells you something about the middle page(s) . The middle page(s) should have at least a few words, describing something.
Mein Kampf and a DIY book or magazine on ovens