Escape The Hezbollah

Escape The Hezbollah

by Pola Muzyka
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Escape The Hezbollah 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Jaz89 More than 1 year ago
This book kept me wondering what would happen next. What a unique story, great climax. I want to know what happens to Killer-man. He's an interesting goon.
unvlmom More than 1 year ago
I recently finished reading a powerfully intense work by Pola Muzyka. "Escape the Hezbollah" follows a young man through the ultimate test of faith and love. The main character Joseph is kidnapped into the Hezbollah army and forced under Sharia Law. This powerful story follows Joseph through his struggles to keep his faith in God while trying to stay alive, protect the ones he loves and escape. This is a powerful , inspiring book. Not only well written, but well researched. I was taken by the research involved in the overall story as well included "glossary of events". Overall the book really makes you think about your faith, your passion, your conviction. What would you do in his situation? Do you have the faith to stand up for God even in your darkest hours?
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FilmGiant More than 1 year ago
I've looked at Escape from Iran and it seems like a low end self publish in comparison to this clear high-end novel. I'm interested in books about Iran because of the turmoil and dominance of the global news in recent years. Escape the Hezbollah really takes the reader into the depths of the darkest part of Iran and clearly demonstrates how difficult it is for good people to live peaceful lives, let alone a good Christian family thrust into the midst of it with Azita and Joseph trying desperately to hide their identities and true beliefs. Escape the Hezbollah has tremendous depth in its characters, cultural diversity and is just very well written. Indeed a unique and refreshing writing style. A must read in my opinion. I'd enjoy a sequel and a movie would be a blockbuster.
SophiaEllis65 More than 1 year ago
Escape from Iran was a true story I believe, and therefore a much more interesting and thought provoking read.