Book Review ☁ The Sirens of Baghdad

 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.



Genre: Fictional Literature | Translator: John Cullen | Publisher: Anchor Books | Publication Year: 2007 | Edition: Paperback | Pages: 307


Monday, 2nd March 2009

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