I have a character in my novel who has been brought up in Muslim extremists who treated her unfairly. She burns her family to death and escapes her life of torture for hope elsewhere, now an atheist. After several years, she sacrifies her fiance and now she is torn up. Her fiance 'was' [now he's an atheist too] from a Muslim family and this kept pricking her how she killed her own. Finally she feels inclined to find out the reason behind her misery and realizes - she took religion as it were potrayed to her and not what it really was. She will die, as the heroine or main female character, either ways. But as what? A miserable atheist who feels shattered for things she did or a woman who repented for her sins, just before she passed away [which, according to Islamic Shariah, means she died as a Muslim.] I think of the latter as a more suitable ending, as the story is about hope and trust in God, but I 'd want to know from you, as a NEUTRAL person whether that is realistic or attractive to a Non-Muslim. Ya, Non-Muslims wouldn't like it but will they bother enjoy it? E.g. we read many Christian fiction. It may be against some of ours opinions, but the message is strong enough to overcome that part. Do you think, that a message could be strong enough to accomplish this? If no, why? Please give your opinions and suggestions.