By Nick McDonell
Mike Teak has a vintage Harvard profile. He’s a twenty-five-year-old scholar/athlete from an upper-class kinfolk who was once recruited by way of his godfather to paintings for a U.S. intelligence corporation. On a covert challenge in a Somali village, he offers money and cellphones to Hatashil, a mythical orphan warrior grew to become insurgent chief. It’s a regimen project till, mins once they meet, the village is decimated via a missile attack, and even if Mike escapes, his lifestyles is modified forever.
Echoing throughout continents, the attack disrupts professor Susan Lowell, who has simply gained a Pulitzer Prize for her ebook celebrating Hatashil. additionally shaken is Lowell’s student,
David Ayan, who used to be born within the distinctive village an international clear of Harvard’s such a lot unique ultimate membership, the Porcellian, that is dating him and Jane, the shrewdpermanent, risk-taking daughter of East Coast cash who’s slumbering with him. David Ayan struggles along with his identification and Susan Lowell struggles opposed to rumors approximately her dating with Hatashil, who has been accused of ordering the village bloodbath. however it is Mike Teak who faces a perilous strugglebecause whilst he discovers a bad conspiracy he instantly realizes that he has develop into expendable, with nowhere to run and nobody to belief.
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