Someone at the library recommended Samra Habib's memoir, We Have Always Been Here when they returned it. I forgot what the title was, but came across it a few months later and so signed it out. I didn't realize it at the time (or honestly until after I finished reading it), but it won 2020's Canada Reads!
We Have Always Been Here is a super quick read (I powered through it in one night). For the most part I really liked Habib's writing style (although I did get annoyed when the narrative seemed to jump forward a bit - I wanted some of those spots filled in more). I enjoyed her descriptions of places, especially in Pakistan, and smells. Her story is difficult to read at times - she struggled as both a queer and Muslim woman against the constraints placed on her by her family and community; it has taken her a long time to find her own path.
We Have Always Been Here is very much worth reading, especially in this era of heightened Islamophobia.