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A dream between the hunger, brutality, and excrement of a Somali jihadist camp and the fairytale 3,000 meters down the Greenland Sea. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Kindle Customer
An interesting concept and decently written, but ultimately the writing and the story are defeated by too much reliance on factual digressions--sadly, these only give the... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Bibliophile
well written - grown-up story of convergence as well as science, terror and lovePublished 16 days ago by DB F.
It is possible to open this book on a sunny afternoon, and, by the time you are willing to quit reading, it is dark outside, you haven't eaten, you're thirsty, and you're sad... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lorraine Berry
A political and war correspondent, Ledgard has written an unusual, thought-provoking work. This is essentially the intertwined stories of a woman plumbing the deepest parts of the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jean Sue Libkind
Not much of a narrative plot line but the context is thought provoking and intelligent. Addresses philosophical connections in unique ways based on real world situations. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kristine Holm
Interesting story but the author frequently rambles in ideas which are difficult to understandPublished 3 months ago by Jose Luis Garcia
I've heard it said about this book that it may ruin you for all other books. I'm not sure everyone would feel this way, but I certainly do. What a pleasure to read.Published 3 months ago by R.T.
This is an odd thing. The interwoven narratives of two lovers; one a British intelligence operative held hostage by Somali jihadists, the other a scientist doing research into the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by jafrank