Frankenstein in Baghdad Q5: Violence
“Everyone on the bus turned around to see what had happened. They watched in shock as a ball of smoke rose, dark and black, beyond the crowds from the carpark near Tayaran Square in the centre of Baghdad.”
Bombings open and close the book, and violence is a central theme. But action movie this book is not. What did you think of the role of violence in the book? Was it handled effectively?