"he plot of Seymour's skilled thriller could be a contemporary headline 'Al Qaeda Terrorist Escapes; Allies Pursue Through Desert'....[He] offers an engrossing and thought-provoking look at an all-too-possible crisis." (Publishers Weekly)
The author's technique of fragmenting the story makes it intriguing for much of the book but eventually becomes tiresome. It also makes listening to this audiobook a bit challenging. The narrator has a wondeful voice and is excellent with accents-except for the American accent. He gives them all the same extra syllable pronunciation and it makes them seem a bit stupid. The ending will leave you saying, "huh?".
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