Book Review ☁ The Sirens of Baghdad

The Sirens of Baghdad by Yasmina Khadra

 

When innocence is lost during a time of war,

the unthinkable can happen . . .

 

A trail of destruction left behind when American soldiers invade a small village in Iraq turns an innocent young man into a ticking time bomb waiting to erupt. His journey for vengeance takes him to Baghdad where his rage transforms into an unexpected weapon to wreak havoc on the enemy.

 

 

Monday, 2nd March 2009

 

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