The review can be found here. Here is another thoughtful, but critical, review you may have missed from last May by Ramesh Ponnuru in the print version of National Review, and available at National Review Online. This is important why?
I cannot go any further.
It opens with a grisly murder, seemingly sexual in nature, with the victim dissolving in acid in the bathtub. The scene is so lacking in evidence that it looks like we got a badass on our hands. This book has over six hundred pages; surely he will develop a personality in time.
Oh wow, so that makes him like Also, it seems strange that his narrative "voice" changes significantly in each part, depending on whether he is being sad for the war victims or delivering a diatribe against the crazy Muslims. I felt like I was reading stories told from the perspective of different characters.
He is the best in the world. This super badass former Intelligence Officer who knows everything… or so we keep being told.
In action, he acts like an idiot for the most part, makes stupid mistakes, is somehow allowed to publish a book about his time as a secret agent wtf? Every single woman he meets is beautiful beyond belief, and I lost count of how many times we had to hear descriptions of the various curves, boobs, legs and heels wandering around.
And yes, I absolutely would feel the same way if someone was constantly describing all the gorgeous men with rippling muscles.
Nope, it was something else. These things are, in fact, all minor criticisms compared to the raging Islamophobia. It honestly made me very uncomfortable. Despite its huge wealth, vast oil reserves, and love of high-tech American armaments, nothing really works in Saudi Arabia.
The driver thought I was crazy - but then his religion thinks stoning a woman to death for adultery is reasonable, so I figured we were about even.
It perpetuates the notion that Muslims hate America, and that Saudis are lecherous pervs who lust after white women. And, by the way, that last quote there just bugs the hell out of me. The Hadiths, however, is the text that sentences adulterers to death BUT it does not distinguish between male and female adulterers.
When an unmarried male commits adultery with an unmarried female, they should receive one hundred lashes and banishment for one year. And in case of married male committing adultery with a married female, they shall receive one hundred lashes and be stoned to death.
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