Now, before I go on and rant about how great our dear Tally is, let me stop myself and actually write a book review. (Which, I'm guessing, is probably what you came here for.)
What can I say about this book? It was written well (I will admit that it was written by 2 authors that I really like), but I did not find myself enjoying it a whole lot, although I do recommend it to some people - what I am saying will hopefully make more sense in a few minutes.
I was starting this book expecting racism - right on the cover it talks about 'racial tensions' if I recall correctly (I had to return the book before I could review it), I just was not expecting it to have such a full out war of white people versus Muslims. There were a few people (one person specifically) who were extremely racist against the opposite group of people, with some pretty harsh remarks. I did not like this book a whole lot - it was just too much for me. It was written well, and had a great storyline, with a good message going through at the end - I just did not like the journey it took to get there.
So, honestly, if you are looking for a good book, and do not mind reading a book that has lots of racial tensions, then I do in fact recommend it. But if you aren't prepared for such a book, then I do not recommend it. I do like this book, but I also don't.
I have mixed feelings about this book - it is so hard to describe! Do you ever have this problem with books - where you have extremely mixed feelings about it? If so, feel free to leave a comment about it below!