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Why would people want to give up hard earned money for this book. a) It is both contemporary and impactful. It sums up and examines many issues that are raging in the new millenium. There are numerous people that could read and relate to this book.MoreWhy would people want to give up hard earned money for this book. a) It is both contemporary and impactful. It sums up and examines many issues that are raging in the new millenium. There are numerous people that could read and relate to this book. b) It is humorous. It is a different kind of satire. This is satire that can be found amusing by any race, religion or creed. c) It is original. I have never really seen terrorism examined, or looked at in this way- in the form of a satirical, short story. The cover has the propensity to ascertain peoples attention. d) It speaks to the victims of terrorism, in a way that they could understand. It allows both the victims and the aggressors to understand each others views. It respects all partys views. e) It present varying and wide viewpoints. There is such a broad range of people that can take an interest. f) Has the potential to become a cult classic as there are four parts to it. Easily lends itself to be made into a film. g) has a number of parts which allows the audience to build a reporte with the authors writing style and the variuous characters. The characters are memorable, and easy for people to relate to. h) It is written in a style that is very easy to read and enjoy. It can be read relatively quickly- yet it forces the reader to ponder certain issues and examine their ideas on certain ideas. i) The timing of the book is conjusive to the market. Everything is contemporary and relevant. j) This may seem arrogant, but if the book was entered in some literary competitions, there is a chance that it could win some awards. k) It is very easy to advertise, especially in regards to gaining victims attention.