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[[ Read Kindle ]] Ü Bomber Boy ⚷ passengers One plane One bomb One switch One Omar Farouk to set it all aflame Welcome to the fast moving world of advanced terrorism where Jihadists in Oman or Afghanistan can blow up buses, trains, and planes in New York, Madrid, or London without even going thereThis is not the world of the future it is our world as it is A world unpredictable, unforgiving, and deadly This is a novella length storyIn light of recent terrorist attacks in the last few months and indeed in the last few decades the premise may seem a little forward thinking However the reality is even the terrorist has a voice, and this story is looking at it from a perspective other than that of the victims.Farouk is planning to kill a plane load of innocent people Why Because they are infidels of course Does it matter whether he has his reasons for doing so Pius starts out strong, but taper This is a novella length storyIn light of recent terrorist attacks in the last few months and indeed in the last few decades the premise may seem a little forward thinking However the reality is even the terrorist has a voice, and this story is looking at it from a perspective other than that of the victims.Farouk is planning to kill a plane load of innocent people Why Because they are infidels of course Does it matter whether he has his reasons for doing so Pius starts out strong, but tapers off towards the end I would have liked to have seen him explore the thoughts, mindset and interactions of the terrorist How one minute Farouk is the friendly compassionate conversationalist to the people around him and then in his head Farouk the murderer to be is having an entirely different conversation.Bomber Boy starts off as an ambitious idea, but it seems a little rushed The difficulty with a novella is that it needs to draw you in and keep you there without having the advantage of the full length novel to do so Farouk Omar Muttab was many things, an enlisted terrorist, a failed suicide bomber, a pawn in a game where cowards offer great rewards in this world and the next, but at his essence he is a human being And He Has Been Used Jihadists used him and after the bomb failed to go off on flight 253, the U.S government used him.Ike Pius has given us a brief look at the human side of terrorism in his far too brief, but extremely effective BOMBER BOY, the story of one simple man who loved his family Farouk Omar Muttab was many things, an enlisted terrorist, a failed suicide bomber, a pawn in a game where cowards offer great rewards in this world and the next, but at his essence he is a human being And He Has Been Used Jihadists used him and after the bomb failed to go off on flight 253, the U.S government used him.Ike Pius has given us a brief look at the human side of terrorism in his far too brief, but extremely effective BOMBER BOY, the story of one simple man who loved his family and drank the Kool Aid that indoctrinated his world against the Western, non Muslim world We are allowed into Farouk s mind and heart, we feel his uncertainty, we know his real reasons for what he is doing and we know why he went to the U.S government when his mission failed By virtue of the less than respectful or powerful title, I got the impression that no one cared about Farouk because no one saw him as human Ike Pius took the labels terrorist and suicide bomber and made them human, and in my book, he did a remarkable and eye opening job Highly recommended, but as I said far too short, but that said, perhaps the impact would have been lessened Was Farouk a monster or a victim I received a complimentary copy from Ike Pius Publication Date April 24, 2013Publisher Ike PiusGenre Short Terrorism IslamPrint Length 41 pagesAvailable fromBarnes NobleFor Reviews, Giveaways, Fabulous Book News, follow I have never read a book about terrorism before so I gave this one a try I read it in one day as it s a very short story about a boy named Omar Farouk, a terrorist that isn t really 100% behind a mission he has to complete and the situations that he has to face because of that mission I didn t get bored of it as I wanted to know how his journey will proceed especially being part of The Brothers, the terrorism team.The story line was good although the ending was a disappointing It didn t flow I have never read a book about terrorism before so I gave this one a try I read it in one day as it s a very short story about a boy named Omar Farouk, a terrorist that isn t really 100% behind a mission he has to complete and the situations that he has to face because of that mission I didn t get bored of it as I wanted to know how his journey will proceed especially being part of The Brothers, the terrorism team.The story line was good although the ending was a disappointing It didn t flow with the vibe that the book gave me as a reader The book is very calmly written So the tensity of the story can be felt, but very lightly because of writing style in a good way.So I didn t like the ending, which was like a sudden happy sentence at the end after a sad news was revealed The ending could ve been so much better Something that could keep the tensity going.I find that the ending didn t fit the story well But other than that, for me it was interesting I also didn t expect the happening before the book ended, especially after Farouk had contact with the police I thought that he ll be fine after that but then something else happened ContradictionSPOILERFarouk had to blow up a bomb on a plain, but it failed He even went with one backpack as he knew that he was going to die I don t understand how he had enough money to eat, pay the taxi and a room to stay in, after he landed.Meaning if you know you re going to die and didn t think about the bomb not blowing up, then I imagine him leaving everything behind for his family Bomber Boy The Rise of The Underwear Bomber deals with the controversial subject of terrorism in a mature and sensitive manner The tale is a spin off from Ike Pius novel The Paradise That Was which I haven t read but intend to soon but it stands alone as an impressive short story.In the post 9 11 world, few narratives have dared to explore the perspective of a terrorist, but Bomber Boy breaks that mould At times it reminds of the acclaimed movie Zero Dark Thirty, but comes from a drastical Bomber Boy The Rise of The Underwear Bomber deals with the controversial subject of terrorism in a mature and sensitive manner The tale is a spin off from Ike Pius novel The Paradise That Was which I haven t read but intend to soon but it stands alone as an impressive short story.In the post 9 11 world, few narratives have dared to explore the perspective of a terrorist, but Bomber Boy breaks that mould At times it reminds of the acclaimed movie Zero Dark Thirty, but comes from a drastically different angle Where the western view is presented, it is in the form of news reports faceless, robotic, biased and eager to ignore the individuality of those outside its societal ideals This is subtle satirical tactic is both clever and effective.Particularly profound are the descriptions of Nigerian culture, which continue the project of Chinua Achebe and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie of reclaiming a culture too often misconstrued by western discourse The direct and frank comparison of American and Nigerian food illustrates this excellently.The writing is not always polished the dialogue varies in quality and the descriptions especially of actions are often plain and repetitive But there is potential in abundance, as evidenced by Pius delicate approach to the intriguing subject matter and his ability to chronicle the small but telling details