If I want to listen to someone’s personal religious beliefs, I would go to church, talk to a priest, read the bible, or just talk to someone I trust. I should not have to listen to someone trying to convert me to Christianity and telling me how evil Islam is in a cheap fiction. This book is listed as a political thriller. It is not. Audible should refund those of us who were deceived and bought this book based on that categorization.
In addition, the characters are paper, there is no character development. The reactions of the characters are immature and illogical. The book has a very ‘pre-teen-afternoon special’ quality about it. The story is completely predictable and full of cliché. The author has a tendency to interrupt the story line with some odd fact that has no relevance. The author should purchase a copy of Strunk and White as the book is full of improper usage, e.g. ‘definitive’ instead of ‘definite’.
The author should do more than scratch the surface when researching a book. If you write about a CIA agent, you should have knowledge of how CIA agents operate and think. If you write that Islam is pure evil and the Koran preaches mass murder, you should read the Koran. If you are trying to convert people to Christianity you should have a deeper understanding of Christian beliefs. This book does nothing well.
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