Ahmed Uzair Sufi Is One Of The Most Feared Men In Pakistan, A Top Jihadi Militant, Who Believes In Nothing Save His Own Limitless Scope For Violence But No One Suspected This Future Back In , When He Was Simple Old Ausi And Leaves School With His Cricket Mad Best Friend Eddy To Start A New Life While Eddy Goes To College In America, Ausi S Life Takes Dangerous And Unexpected Turns The Two Friends Stay In Touch Even As They Pursue Vastly Different Lives, Their Shared Passion Download Epub Format Ë The Spinners Tale PDF by ☆ Omar Shahid Hamid For Cricket And Nostalgia For Their School Days Binding Them Together Even As Ausi Treads Down A Darker Path, What Will Happen To Their Friendship Omar Shahid Hamid, Bestselling Author Of The Prisoner, Takes Us On Another Thrilling, Sinister Ride, Stretching From Karachi To Kashmir To Afghanistan, In The Spinner S Tale
I don t think I m scared of dying After all, a man like me who has cheated death so many times has no excuse to fear it It s dying alone that frightens me.
The appeal of Omar Shahid Hamid s writing, I ve now realized, rests upon his knowledge of how the country of Pakistan works That old, often controversial adage of writing what one knows is nowhere shown clearly than in his novels, both his previous one as well as this one.
Involving police officers, jihadis and kidnappings, both these books use the same template for their plots, making the comparison inevitable, but it s hard to say which book comes out as the better of the two While I enjoyed the Prisoner to a certain degree, The Spinner s Tale has made me realize why I didn t completely fall in love with it And that s because Hamid s books are pure thrillers without
Gritty Gripping Horrifying Brutal Diabolically thrilling Omar Shahid Hamid s second novel based again in his original hometown, Karachi is, in comparative term, even better than his debut novel The theme of A Spinner s Tale borrows heavily from events past and from his experiences as a police officer there.
A character driven book, it focuses primarily on its antagonist a cold blooded terror mastermind whose demonic manipulation leads to severe consequences and whose beastly nature is insatiable in its lust for blood With a fast moving plot and honest portrayal of the extremist mindset, it is sure to have a profound psychological impact on its readers.
A dark, distressing and ultimately chilling tale of the circumstances that can turn a conventional, modern youth into a dehumanised, brutal terrorist and the hapless fate of those who cross him Mr Hamid s second book is as engrossing as his debut and he makes use of quite a mass of real contemporary happenings though with changes or at least adapted including the hijacking of IC 814, the kidnapping and savage murder of Daniel Pearl, the assassination attempts on President Musharraf and others, in his narrative as well as his over a decade long police experience to give it considerable verisimilitude However, unlike the first, this doesn t end so happily as it did Certainly, not for the squeamish with the graphic violence, and language, which somehow fit in to give it a gr