A Terrorist Converts (A Terrorist Converts #1)

by J.M. Porup

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Synopsis

Translated from the Original Waki!

Terrorist Shazam al-War bin al-Gorithm hates America. More bloodthirsty than Osama bin Laden, he’s notched his Koran so many times that nothing is left but confetti.

When a SEAL team tries to take him out in the mountains of Wakistan, al-War defeats them all–and captures the Navy’s first female commando. Their unlikely romance makes him question his hatred of America.

Story Elements

Ratings Factors

Language: Minor profanity used occasionally
Sexual Content: Sexual acts implied but not described
Target Audience Age: 18-34 (New adult/twentysomethings)
Violence: Death, but minimal violence

Setting

Geography: Earth
Realism: A true story to the best of the author's knowledge
Setting Type: Wilderness/Desert/Other outdoors
Time Period: 2010 - 2019 (Present day)

Main Character

Age: Adult
Gender: Male
Race: Irrelevant
Religion: Other
Sexual Preference: Irrelevant or N/A

Styles & Themes

Humor: Laughs take priority over all else
Inspires Reader to Feel: N/A or None of the above
Mysteries & Puzzles: Significant mystery(ies) are core to driving the story
Pacing: Breakneck
Physical Action: Frequent action, driven by threat to safety or life by antagonist(s)
Political/Social Commentary: Story includes metaphors for social or political theme(s)
Romance: Major romance, essential to story
Genre Humor
 
Humor:
  • Laughs take priority over all else

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About the author

J.M. Porup

Former Lonely Planet author J.M. Porup now spins a tale or two for his daily crust. He has lived on three continents, speaks six languages, and has worked as a kelp harvester, apple tree pruner, goatherd, cowherd, computer programmer, copywriter and journalist. American by birth, Australian by choice, Colombian by marriage and Canadian by accident, he currently lives in the Oriental Republic of Uruguay. His first editor--way back in the mid-90s--called him a loose cannon. Ever since, Porup has done his best to live up to that high standard.

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