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And there is this one episode that is the final straw and he quits. He quits and he's about to go crazy, until that one day when he hears the call to prayer and he's at peace. So he turns to religion which is good at first. Yes at first because from then on it only gets bad for him and for the country.

This is the story of Nafa but it's also the story of hundreds and thousands of young other Nafas, other young people who dreamed of something but couldn't reach their goal, they were vulnerable enough to be convinced by radicalists to join their cause.

What I really liked about this book is that it's very topical, the story happened in the late 80s but it's about terrorism and today all we hear about is terrorism.

So if you want to know more about this species lol sorry I can't say humans And you're looking for accurate information this book is what you need. That's one thing about this book: good source of information, topical, accurate, you get an insight of what terrorism is.

But there is something else, and here it's much more personal, because I'm Algerian and French and this book made me open a very hard topic with my mother. My mother lived in Algeria during these years of terrorism and she has witnessed some awful things very well described in the book. It was almost hard for me to believe that these horrors really happened so each time I would read something I would ask confirmation from my mom and that's how we ended up discussing this period for hours she would mostly do the talking part and I would the listening part.

It was a time when being a police officer was the worst job you could have, police officers were the first target of terrorists. My mom told me that one of her neighbors had a son who was a police officer and he was butchered by terrorists and they had sent his mother his head.

And she lost it.

She became crazy. They also kidnapped people if they couldn't recruit anyone and made them work for them. My mom told me she used to sleep with all of the lights on to let them think everyone was still awake my dad was in France at the time so she was left on her own at a very dangerous time with her kids or sometimes her brothers would stay home with her.

Falling sound asleep at that time was impossible. One of my Mom's friend has been deeply mentally affected by what she had witnessed, she used to live in a village far from the city and that's where terrorists were.

They usually stick to mountains and small villages you can see that in the book too and there were a lot of them where she lived. It really opened a old wound and I'm sorry for that but it helped me get more knowledge about this period in Algeria. Aisha Bilal.

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