This book was surprisingly good! Could have been fleshed out a lot more, but made for a good read. Excerpt from pg16:
"Of course, Waleed had never built anything in his life, nor had he ever planted a garden and watched it grow and flourish, nor learned about his opportunities in life to make the world a better, safer place. Instead, he carried within him a misguided sense of spiritual inevitability. In short, Waleed was full of crap. But it was crap he firmly believed in, and it kept him focused on his personal jihad."
It is nice when you pick up a book and go mmmmm, i don't think I will like this one, but began to read it anyway and are glad you gave it a chance.