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And in many ways I was not disappointed. Lowhim stays true to his "gray hat" world-view, even in a genre not known for it. There was also the additional pull that much of the action takes place in a country I once visited as a tourist, and know I never will be able to again: the Yemen, or what the Romans once called "Arabia Felix," the happy part of Arabia because it was so green and fertile. One of the three principle characters, Ali, is a Yemeni. Lowhim depicts him as so very many of them are: fierce and proud, even though poor, and willing to die to defend his honor. Ali represents a people who were never (really) colonized, despite a few in-roads at Aden. The second principle character is the ironically named Justice, a CIA operative on the way up, he hopes, if his own reservations about what his Agency does - does not get in the way. And the third principle character is Dr. Noklar, not just any Pakistani, but the "father" of their atomic bomb.Read more ›
A slightly different take on the "terrorist" thriller but a good one. Justice was a character you could really get behind he felt human and vulnerable in a way that most action characters just don't. Goes to places you would not see coming and felt like the author really knew these people and their stories.