December 2, 2011

Borderline By Allan Stratton


Sami Sabiri's life has always been hard.

Ever since he was little, he has been chastised and made fun of. He wants to be normal. He wants to fit in.

But being the only American Muslim at his private high school is hard while enduring the pain of bullies who are constantly tormenting him. What's worse is that he doesn't exactly see eye to eye with his father. When he finds out that his father lied to him, he becomes suspicious.

So does the FBI. Suddenly Sami's father is in jail as an alleged terrorist.

Sami's life becomes a whirlwind of news reporters, cameras, and insulting and derogative phone calls. Despite his father's dishonesty, Sami still believes that he is innocent. Sami sets out on a journey with his two best friends to uncover the truth.

Is the truth what the media says it is? Is his father a terrorist after all?

Join Sami and his two friends, Andy and Marty, in this expedition for truth. After all, answers can be found in the most unlikely of places.

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