A 25 year-old man in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan, is tortured and threatened by Mullahs and extremists. He is saved and brought to America by human rights and freedom of religion activists. After he reaches America, he falls in love with Elena. However, later he disappears and is labeled a dangerous terrorist by the CIA. When it becomes apparent that his intention is to target American assets, the External Threat Wing (ETW), a small branch of the CIA, together with the UK foundation, and the Saudi Sheikh, try to find him before disaster strikes.
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About the Author
M.F. Moonzajer is a former intern for the United Nations Secretariat in Bonn, Germany, an International Development Research Center of Canada scholar, the current editor of the International Scientific Journal of Issues, Research and Essay (JSRE), and the chairman of the Indie Authors Promotion Center. Moonzajer is also a former correspondent for the Journalism in Crisis Coalition of New Zealand, a coordinator for the International Media Support of Denmark, a fellow for the Sustainable Development Policy Institute of Pakistan and a policy maker for an international NGO in Afghanistan. He has BA in Journalism and a Master's degree in Development Studies.
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The Journalist: Attack on the Central Intelligence Agency based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
The Journalist: Attack on the Central Intelligence Agency is a story about an Afghan journalist who is brought to America in an attempt to save his life from Mullahs and extremist. However, when in America, he plans an attack on the CIA as well as endangering the lives of many innocent people. The book is a suspenseful thriller which I found to be neither suspenseful nor thrilling. The writing style isn’t particularly engaging but I managed to get to the end of the book thanks to the plot which is somewhat interesting because of the extremism theme. I won’t exactly recommend the book, but you might find something you like about it should you buy it. It just wasn’t for me.