Silent Stalker-People never understood the problems Edgar Allen Poe was going through. His stories and poems may have been on the dark side a little bit but that's what made him such a good author. It's also why I like him so much. As for me my poems are pretty deep and usually from experience, which is what makes them good. It makes the reader feel everything as they read it whether it be fear or joy. That's how a writer makes money.
Locked In-"It is not life that binds us to this Earth but Allah. It is not death that takes us but Allah. To all of our sufferings and joys comes hope from Allah. But to be able to hear the word of Allah is something many will never hear because they are too blinded by the world's charm and too deaf except to their own lusts." The war on Islam has taken a new turn. Before, it was only spying and mistrust. Now, innocent Muslims are hunted everywhere by a secret society that is manipulating world politics. They have already ordered a few countries to take care of the growing "Muslim problem." Muslims are rounded up and thrown into camps around the world, and now it is America's turn. All American-born and American-converted Muslims are forced into relocation camps unless they reounce Islam: Parasa and her four children are taken from their home and locked away. Her citizenship revoked, her name taken from her, she is designated Prisoner 135908Q. She and the others in the camp are treated like animals and must practice Islam in secret. With help from a compassionate soldier, some prisoners manage to flee to the mountains and set up a community there, but the war has just begun. Now on the run will these courageous people be silenced forever? A suspenseful, action-packed warning of what happens when humanity gives in to its worst instincts and strips the human rights of a people deemed a "threat" to normal society.