Book Review: “Face of Our Father” by G. Egore Pitir

Book Review: “Face of Our Father” by G. Egore Pitir

This is a complex story that will force you to rethink. Stu and Angie have been married for 25 years and raised two children, but something seems to have gone out of their relationship. Stu suspects Angie is keeping secrets and it’s tearing him apart. Kashir, Hosaam, and Abbud have been trained by their Mullah in Afghanistan to hate and wage war against Americans, but are their motives simply a matter of training and can they follow through with the slaughter of innocents? Uday is a prince of The Realm but behind the glitz and glamour is a monster waiting to be unleashed. The author expertly takes us through the lives of these people, digging deep into their motivations and relationships, and exploring how far they are willing to go for their cause. The story is very complex but perfectly written. This is the author’s first book and it is stunning. I would recommend it to any adult reader, as long as you’re willing to be open-minded.

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