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    A must, must read!!

    This is one of the most profound pieces of fiction I have ever read. It has a most unique take on terrorism. It digs deeply and unblinkingly into the strained marriage and lives of Angie and Stuart Pierce. It deals in depth with the most important aspects of life - love, honour and loyalty. It is truly the rare combination of both a literary and thriller storyline.
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    Stuart and Angie Pierce are relocated to the Middle East. Stuart works in the military as an airline pilot and Angie is a pro-Bono lawyer for Muslim women. The Pierces' marriage is in trouble as they are involved in criminal activity. The second story is about a young terrorist named Kashif. He avenges his mother's death by killing Americans The book shows the human side of the main characters. It is a complicated situation. Stuart is trying to save Angie as well as his marriage. Kashif slowly realizes killing innocent people will bring his mother back. I received this book for free from Reading Deals for an honest review. The most critical opinion is the book was too long. The story takes a long time to get to the action. It does and it is worth the wait. The book gives a good build-up of Stu/Angie and Kashif. The characters never meet but the action is good. The author did a good job of showing both sides of the culture and the aftermath of 9/11. The book doesn't give answers but shows Stu, Angie, and Kashif as flawed human beings. The criticism is it had too many characters. The book should have included the views of American terrorists and Muslims who weren't terrorists.

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