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  • Paperback
  • 336
  • The Warlord's Son
  • Dan Fesperman
  • English
  • 14 July 2018
  • 9781400030484

10 thoughts on “The Warlord's Son

  1. says:

    THE WARLORD’S SON by Don Fesperman is an amalgam of tribal machinations hidden agendas and conflicting personalities played out in the border region between Pakistan and Afghanistan Peshawar Pakistan and tribal areas of Afghanista

  2. says:

    War correspondent Skelly wanted one last hurrah before he retired from the game What better place to gain that excitement then Afghanistan especially traveling along side a warlord Raza is both feared and respected by his people Raza has refus

  3. says:

    A terrifying story about a journalist and his Pakistani guidetranslator trying to get into Afghanistan on the eve of the fall of the Taliban It is so hard to believe that people live this way They are 500 years behind the rest of the world because of the warring constantly going on among the different warlords And women? Think you are being d

  4. says:

    Set after 911 a former war correspondent now working a suburban desk gets a chance to get back in saddle and jumps at the chance to go to Pakistan and try to get a dateline and story from Afghanistan The details of a working journalist in a foreign land were fascinating the various tribal leaders and factions kept the suspense level high and the personal story of the local translator helped make this an excelle

  5. says:

    The local Rotary Club had a pop up book sale and this one caught my eye Having so thoroughly enjoyed 'The small boat of great sorrow

  6. says:

    35 starsVery entertaining adventure drama set in a pulsating time and place the tribal border between Pakistan and Afganistan shortly after 911 The setting is probably the best part of the novel and Fespermans background as a journalist really shines through here You really feel the world from the urban slums

  7. says:

    Wonderful detail about the toils of a US reporter and his Pakistani contacts in the border area between Pakistan and Afghanistan during the early 2000's A woman struggling with religious traditions and a young man battling with his w

  8. says:

    A wonderful window into life in PakistanA wonderful story that provides a look into the complicated life of the tribes in the border regions The story also provides insight into the lives of foreign journalists into this war torn area A great book for the background it gives the reader on the Afghanistan conflict

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    Good story takes a while to get going

  10. says:

    The Warlord's Son is a riveting and compelling fiction about the experiences of a war correspondent on his last mission in Afghanistan The first part of the novel has its slow moments It opens with Skelly in Peshawar Pakistan a wor

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The Warlord's Son

E Pakistani Afghani border with a secret past a history with the Pakistani secret police and his own motives for this risky adventure Together they join a Warlord’s caravan as he seeks to start an uprising that will liberate the country from the Taliban Along the way they st. 35 starsVery entertaining adventure drama set in a pulsating time and place the tribal border between Pakistan and Afganistan shortly after 911 The setting is probably the best part of the novel and Fespermans background as a journalist really shines through here You really feel the world from the urban slums to the empty plains It gets into your bones as a readerI docked half a star because of the perils of featuring a journalist as his co protagonist as a former journalist himself Skelly a jaded war correspondent transfixed on a last great scoop often veers into cliche and even occasional absurdity including Mexican standoffs holding a Kalashnikov among others It s like Fesperman couldn t help making him this unflappable uber professional with a touch of 007 for good measure He also uses the word scribe without irony far too many times His other characters especially co protagonist Nakeeb Skelly s the fixertranslator are much balanced even if also stylized a bit Definitely doesn t ruin a really entertaining book but there are some cringeworthy moments of implausibility somewhat balanced out by a surprise endingRead it and enjoy the best parts while forgiving some poetic license

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Summary The Warlord's Son

Umble onto what they think might just be the story of a lifetime What they find is a shady world of hidden agendas shifting allegiances and sudden betrayals a world where one wrong move would get them both killed and the only hope for survival lies in their loyalty to each other. Wonderful detail about the toils of a US reporter and his Pakistani contacts in the border area between Pakistan and Afghanistan during the early 2000 s A woman struggling with religious traditions and a young man battling with his warlord father An author who has first hand experience with working in war zones Wonderfully written My favorite book this year


About the Author: Dan Fesperman

Lie in the Dark won the Crime Writers’ Association of Britain’s John Creasey Memorial Dagger Award for best first crime novel.