Saturday, May 30, 2009

Jayne's opinion of The Enemy Has a Face

This book is perfect for readers who love mystery, intrigue, and lots of suspense. The Hofmans are convinced that terrorists took their son, especially since Mr. Hofman works with important satellite technology. On the other hand, Adam was in contact with “Sari,” a girl he met online. Could he have eloped or has there been foul play?

This is not just a simple mystery, though. I learned much more about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the Middle East than I had known before. Netta and Laith usually spend their time together arguing each side. By the end I had a more complete understanding of the conflict and a shock when I learned what actually happened to Adam.