The Tears of Boabdil by Neil MacDonald – Review by Kerry Baker

The Tears of BoabdilThe Tears of Boabdil by Neil MacDonald
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Tears of Boabdil by Neil MacDonald is an action packed and complex story about an undercover operative sent to infiltrate a Jihadi group. They story follows the operative as he carries out his mission and encounters more obstacles along the way than expected. This book definitely has a lot going on in it and it is one that I would say you really need to sit down and read properly so that you can follow what is going on.
The further along the story I got the less sure I became as to how this was all going to turn out. The back and forth that the character goes through while on his journey really has you guessing as to how this all might turn out. I enjoyed the writing style that the author employed to build up the story and found that I really did become invested in what was happening. While this turned out not to be the story I expected it is one that I thoroughly enjoyed.

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