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BorderlineTion as Sami fights to keep his world from unravellingBorderline is an action packed page turner about loyalty and identity starring a funny and gutsy 15 year old determined to save his father his family and his lif. This was a fast paced thriller which really held my interest I loved the fact that we get to see from the POV of an Arab American family It showed the prejudice that these families live with and was a little bit about bullying as well Sami was a great conflicted character He wanted to honor his religion but fit in as well How does a teen do that in today's society that picks on the one who is different Stratton does a great job of showing his conflict I think the value of the book lies in forcing the reader to confront those prejudices about others who may worship differently

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S suspicious Unfortunately he’s not the only one In a whirlwind the FBI and RCMP descend and Sami suddenly finds his family at the centre of an international terror plot Everything he’s ever known comes into ues. Well it was better than I expected since book club books are pretty bad nowadays I was able to guess who Tari Hassan was and why they were convicted but that's probably because I watch a bunch of terrible movies Otherwise it was pretty interesting The only problem was that I felt that everything was very abrupt and I hoped that maybe it could have been a elaborate planIt just seemed like Stratton had this idea that wasn't uite complete Otherwise it wasn't too far off the line It was realistic and not too incriminatory

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Borderline review Ü 103 ï Life’s not easy for Sami Sabiri especially since his dad stuck him at a private boys’ school where he’s the only Muslim kid But it’s about to get a whole lot worseWhen Sami catches his father in a lie he gets suspicious Unfortunately he’s not the only one In a whirlwind the FBI and RCMP descend and Sami suddenly finds hisLife’s not easy for Sami Sabiri especially since his dad stuck him at a private boys’ school where he’s the only Muslim kid But it’s about to get a whole lot worseWhen Sami catches his father in a lie he get. v v nice tautly pacedmakes you think about the world we live in thriller recommend highlyesp for teen boysand a truly positive portrayal of a strong male muslim teen character who is true to his faith and really wants to do the right thing