Code of Honor

Code of Honor

by Alan Gratz

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Code of Honor 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i can't believe that this book does not have a better review it is great and involves real events into a great story that involves terrorism, killing and tons of explosives !!!
Anonymous 3 days ago
I thought the book was good because it was very action pact with good characters. I also liked the plot of the story. It is about a kid named Kamran and his brother Darius who is accused of being a terrorist. Darius is seen in videos threatening the United States. Karman mom is from Iran. I thought the book did a good job with the idea of being accused of being a terrorist.
Anonymous 12 months ago
This book is awesome!!!
Sandy5 More than 1 year ago
His world changed overnight. They arrived while he was sleeping. Throwing a bag over his head and dragging his body out the front door, Kamran tried to make sense on why Homeland Security was doing this to him. He was an American citizen afterall and this shouldn’t be happening to him. The story flashes back to Homecoming night, where Kamran is being crowned Homecoming King and his date Julia, is the Queen. A racial remark directed at Kamran, sparks a confrontation which lands the two boys in the office. Remarks like these are nothing new, he has heard these while growing up. Kamran remembers a pact that he made with his brother Darius, this Code of Honor, the two boys created bonded them. Kamran also feels he has this type of pact with his best friend, Adam. When mom arrives to pick Kamran up from the office, he notices that something is not right. His questions go unanswered as he leaves with her. Arriving home and watching his father stare blankly at the screen, Kamran sees an individual that looks familiar yet it can’t be. Confusion hits everyone in the room as a name is printed on the television screen. Neighbors and newspapers want answers as they ring their house. It appears that Darius was the one committing the act yet how can that be when he’s in the Army? What happened to his Oath to protect his country? Kamran’s desire to walk in Darius’ footsteps start to fade. The television videos images become clearer yet the truth of what is happening concerning his brother is hard for Kamran to accept. His brother cannot be a terrorist. He’s an American citizen just like Kamran. This was another fantastic novel by Alan. I have read a few of his other novels and they were also incredible. I really don’t want to say that much about this novel, as I’d hate to spoil it for anyone. I enjoyed reading about the characters thoughts and opinions and how views changed as the story played out. I enjoyed the shorts chapters and the intense writing. I was all over this novel: feeling all the powerful emotions and dynamic situations as they unfolded. I highly recommend this novel and I can’t wait to read another one of his masterpieces.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The main character in the story is Kamran. He is a boy in high school that plays football. It was the homecoming game they had won but there was a Pac 12 college scouts there watching him. The book takes place at East Phoenix high school. Kamran was there homecoming king. He also go into a fight with one of the other guys that was there because he was calling him resist names and making fun of his older brother Darius. Darius is a special ops ranger. Then he found out that they think Darius attacked an army base. That’s all I’m saying I don’t want to spoil the book. I would really recommend this book it is very detailed. It also very interesting by telling about the war and all the training his brother when though. Also with the suspense in the book is tremendous. It is all suspense till the end of the book, I rate this book 4.5 out of 5.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A true story about looking up to someone
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have heard that it is a great book now to see for myself