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Seeds of Terror: How Drugs, Thugs, and Crime Are Reshaping the Afghan War

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  • Posted February 27, 2011

    good stuff!

    Seeds of Terror by Gretchen Peters
    245 pages
    In this book, Peters goes in depth and into great detail about what is going on with the war in Afghanistan and how it got to where it is today. She provides substantial evidence to support her opinions and fills the book with interesting accounts about her experiences while she was in the Middle East doing research for this book. This book should be read by anyone who is interested in the war and how this mess all started. Americans should read this book so that they can know the truth about what is happening and who's fault it really is that all this is going on. It's an easy to follow book that should be read because it changes the concepts that people have. Throughout the book, the author adds facts and personal experiences that make everything in the book seem so much more personal and real. It never gets boring and it is filled with information. Furthermore, the author never diverts from the topic and always keeps it interesting. I really liked the book because it made me realize what is really going on and opened my eyes and my mind to accept new ideas instead of being closed in on one point of view. It made me see how much we have been brainwashed to believe what the government tells us is going on with the war. I believe that this book is appropriate for high school students and above because these are the only people who would fully understand the information that is given in the book. These are the people that can make a difference.

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