Top positive review
on 8 November 2016
This book is tamer than number four, but still very very could. It's also very realistic. Kinda scary too. They say normal people can't understand the minds of terrorists, maybe because we don't plan to kill innocent people for nothing more than an idea. Radclyffe portrays this point exceptionally well. She is truly an amazing and talented author. She seems to be able to undertake delicate and sensitive issues a d present them to you with sound arguments, even though you know these people are fanatics who appear to be insane. Excellent book, excellent reading. You won't be disappointed but you couldn't read this as a stand-alone novel, too many references to previous books in the series. Enjoy!