As far as I'm concerned I was really fascinated by the book. I was really eager to read it even before we were allowed to do so. Thus, the book is very thrilling and shows different relationships very clearly. The characters are three-dimensional, unlike in many other books. You can identify with them. They are not the typical heroes like they are shown in other novels. On the contrary, they have weaknesses which are clearly shown by the author. That makes characters like Kate and Miro human. The reader can truly identify with them because they are not artificial but created like human beings are. Besides, the story is very thrilling. Once having taken the book in your hand, it's difficult to put it away. It's exciting from the beginning to the very end. In the book there are always scenes where new hope is hinted at. That's what makes the book so great. The book's subject is present every day and almost all people are involved. Terrorism is shown daily in the news and in the papers. The reason why I've only given four stars is the end of the book. Although I've considered many endings - as surprising as they might be - this end was not an option at all. The book has a message which is very worthy. I learned from the book that one can't rely on things turning out well. You have to fight to reach your aims and you have to do whatever you can, with nothing left undone. Thus, I think the book is really great!