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Khyber Run Genre LGBT MulticulturalIn Afghanistan, All The Easy Answers Are Wrong And The Best Laid Plans Don T Stand A Chance A Tight Knit Band Of USMC Scout Snipers, Enraged When One Of Their Number Murders Another, Is Hell Bent On Seeing Justice They Kidnap Zarak Momand, A Burnt Out Navy Hospital Corpsman, And Blackmail Him To Be Their Guide Into Momand Land And To Find A Loophole In Nanawatai, The Afghan Code Of Hospitality They Don T Tell Him Their Target A Deserter Murdered Zarak S Estranged Baby Brother.Zarak Has Lost Touch With His Brothers, His Heritage, His Religion, Anything That Might Inspire True Passion Code Named Zulu And Coerced To Hunt Down A Deserter, He Must Navigate The Ambiguities Of Fourth Generation Warfare, Where There Are No Front Lines And Where The Moral High Ground Shifts From Situation To Situation.In The End, It S Just Zulu And Oscar, A Sexually Compelling Cipher Who Embodies So Much Of The Pakhtun Way But Is Oscar S Rough Passion A Betrayal Between BrothersPublisher S Note This Book Contains Explicit Sexual Content, Graphic Language, And Situations That Some Readers May Find Objectionable Male Male Sexual Practices.


10 thoughts on “Khyber Run

  1. says:

    Right from the beginning, this story throws the reader smack in the middle of events Little is explained the story, the environment and the characters unfold over the course of the story with background information only given through Zulu s memories which are strewn in While this narrative style took a bit getting used to, it added to the overall engrossing reading experience This story evoked an incredible intense sense of atmosphere and place There are several scenes which aren t really n Right from the beginning, this story throws the reader smack in the middle of events Little is explained the story, the environment and the characters unfold over the course of the story with background information only given through Zulu s memories which are strewn in While this narrative style took a bit getting used to, it added to the overall engrossing reading experience This story evoked an incredible intense sense of atmosphere and place There are several scenes which aren t really necessary to forward the plot, like the encounter with the handless spice dealer, the slave auction or the buzkashi game, but those scenes nevertheless add feeling and vibe to the setting Likewise, the element of contrariness is used...


  2. says:

    Khyber Run is a very interesting war novel and definitely kept my attention from beginning to end but it s very oddly published with Loose Id The story is absolutely not a romance, there is no discernable evidence of romance anywhere, and there are a few explicit sex scenes based on situations rather than emotion Instead, this is a very absorbing read about the war in Afghanistan and the personal affect on one family and in particular one person His quest to avenge his brother is the main the Khyber Run is a very interesting war novel and definitely kept my attention from beginning to end but it s very oddly published with Loose Id The story is absolutely not a romance, there is no discernable evidence of romance anywhere, and there are a few explicit sex scenes based on situations rather than emotion Instead, this is a very absorbing read about the war in Afghanistan and the personal affect on one family and in particular one person His quest to avenge his brother is the main theme and if anything this is merely a fictional story about war Maybe if you squint it could be called gay fiction due to the few quickie rough sex scenes but that s still a stretch in my opinion If you re looking for a very intricately detailed war story from a personal level, this may work for you.The story b...


  3. says:

    I read a lot of action suspense stories Khyber Run has two of theout of the box heroes I ve come across Ms Green has captured a turbulent setting and time and transformed them into a world I was completely drawn into with characters I...


  4. says:

    Author Amber GreenPublisher Loose Id, LLCWord Count 62,023Published 2011Fictionwise 5.94The name of this book intrigued me mostly because I had no idea what it meant This story is set in Afghanistan and Pakistan, in the middle of the current war The beginning was a bit confusing as you are unsure not only where the character is, but also what all of the nicknames mean both are settled somewhat, but I found that the confusion of location was constant throughout I had to refer back a Author Amber GreenPublisher Loose Id, LLCWord Count 62,023Published 2011Fictionwise 5.94The name of this book intrigued me mostly because I had no idea what it meant This story is set in Afghanistan and Pakistan, in the middle of the current war The beginning was a bit confusing as you ...


  5. says:

    First off, this book is not a romance There is a connection between Oscar and Zarak, but there are no hearts and flowers in this book Ok, there are some flower seeds, but they aren t for Oscar This starts out with Zarak waking up after a binder and finding himself in a military plane on his way back to Afghanistan He is with a bunch of Marines Being a Navy Corpsman, he is slightly confused What Zarak is doing in Afghanistan is explained and I won t spoil, but Khyber Run is about his journ First off, this book is not a romance There is a connection between Oscar and Zarak, but there are no hearts and flowers in this book Ok, there are some flower seeds, but they aren t for Oscar This starts out with Zarak waking up after a binder and finding himself in a military plane on his way back to Afghanistan He is with a bunch of Marines Being a Navy Corpsman, he is slightly confused What Zarak is doing in Afghanistan is explained and I won t spoil, but Khyber Run is ...


  6. says:

    The intensity of this book amazes me From page one, the reader is thrown into a world of survival, renewal and finding self Not to mention the exquisitely erotic love scenes Definitely recommend this book to all readers Ms Green does not disappoint with this one


  7. says:

    I liked this book very much I ll confess that I didn t read the blurb before starting this book, so I totally overlooked a few facts about Zarak s mission that are stated there, but I was glad that I didn t because I was as confused and in the dark as Zarak, the narrator was.Zarak is not one of those narrators that take you under their wing and help you navigate the story with them He is not confrontational, he s not mean, he is not a jerk, and he s not exactly secretive or reserved, but he is I liked this book very much I ll confess that I didn t read the blurb before starting this book, so I totally overlooked a few facts about Zarak s mission that are stated there, but I was glad that I didn t because I was as confused and in the dark as Zarak, the narrator was.Zarak is not one of those narrators that take you under their wing and help you navigate the story with them He is not confrontational, he s not mean, he is not a jerk, and he s not exactly secretive or reserved, but he is removed It seems he is not in touch with anything, he s sort of stuck in a life that doesn t let him go on or back He was born and raised in Afghanistan and he had to flee with his family to the United States He had to be away from his brothers to give them the chance to be together and support them He is waiting for a promotion that isn t granted The ways of his people are set deeply in his soul, but he can t heed them Whe...


  8. says:

    2.5 Honestly this book just dragged and dragged and dragged It was confusing, boring, and down right hard to read in turns I wanted to like it, wanted to like Oscar and Zulu, but I just couldn t I had to force myself to g...


  9. says:

    This one readslike a war story, but it was fascinating.


  10. says:

    This isn t a romance It s a very good look at the tribal situation in afghanastan through a fictional gay man.


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