John Dizon, an extremely talented author, shared his thoughts on Agency Rules – Never an Easy Day at the Office. He says:
“Agency Rules by Khalid Muhammad is an action-packed, no-holds-barred look at the life-and-death struggle in Pakistan, a country trapped in its own history. We are introduced to Kamal Khan, a privileged young man whose journey curiously resembles that of Osama Bin Laden. Kamal leaps from the lap of luxury into the maelstrom of tribal wars that threaten to annihilate his beloved homeland. An inept figurehead, Prime Minister Azam Shah, is bolstered by his Interior Minister, Ahsan Chaudhry as they face one of many threats to the safety and security of Pakistan. Kamal and his special forces team is forced to track down the elusive Shahid Aleem before he can complete his mission of destruction against the Pakistani community.
Muhammad provides us with an authentic backdrop as we follow Kamal through a series of pulse-pounding episodes in which he tries to see the forest while clearing tree after tree. General Amjad Ali is desperately fighting the bureaucracy in keeping his most efficient colleagues in play, struggling to prevent them from being shuffled around and discarded by the corrupt oligarchy. They appear on opposite ends of the spectrum, the soldier in the bush praying for support from those who pull the strings behind the curtain. It gives the audience insight as to how the greatest victories on the field can be marginalized or even reversed by those whose politics decide if an entire nation lives or dies.
Agency Rules by Khalid Muhammad is a fast-paced thriller that will give readers a different perspective on one of the most volatile regions on the globe. For action buffs and current events aficionados alike, this is one you won’t want to miss.”