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Joseph Finder… Harbor is no apologia for terrorism. Adams is far less interested in the making of a terrorist than in exploring her characters' inner lives. The elegant architecture of her narrative is designed to illustrate the clash of cultures, the way we fail to understand Islamic immigrants just as surely as they're unable to understand us. In fact, it's barely a novel about terrorism at all. Instead, it is firmly rooted in the rich tradition of the immigrant novel, the novel of America as seen through alien eyes.
— The Washington Post