The Taliban shuffle : strange days in Afghanistan and Pakistan / Kim Barker.
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|Adams PL Sys. - Decatur Branch||958.104 BAR TAL (Text)||34207001991802||Adult Non-Fiction||Available||-|
|Greenwood PL - Greenwood||958.104 BAR (Text)||36626103717823||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 9780307477385
- ISBN: 030747738X
- Physical Description: viii, 302 pages : map ; 22 cm
- Edition: First Anchor Books edition.
- Publisher: New York : Anchor Books, a division of Random House, Inc., 
- Copyright: @2012
|General Note:|| Soon to be a major mostion picture from Paramount: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Part I: Kabul High: Welcome to the terrordome -- Montana -- American idiot -- There goes my gun -- One way or another -- March of the pigs -- Monkey gone to heaven -- Message in a bottle -- Let's get radical -- Hell yes -- My new house -- Barely legal -- Part II: Whack-a-stan: Under pressure -- Highway to hell -- God save the queen -- Stray cat strut -- Lucky star -- Suspicious minds -- Rebel, rebel -- Why can't we be friends? -- London calling -- Deadbeat club -- Eye of the tiger -- Bad liver and a broken heart -- Young Americans -- When the man comes around -- Hotel California -- Epilogue: Take it or leave it.
|Summary, etc.:|| Now a Major Motion Picture titled "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot" starring Tina Fey, Margot Robbie, Martin Freeman, Alfred Molina, and Billy Bob Thornton. When Kim Barker first arrived in Kabul as a journalist in 2002, she barely owned a passport, spoke only English and had little idea how to do the Taliban Shuffle between Afghanistan and Pakistan. No matter her stories about Islamic militants and shaky reconstruction were soon overshadowed by the bigger news in Iraq. But as she delved deeper into Pakistan and Afghanistan, her love for the hapless countries grew, along with her fear for their future stability. In this darkly comic and unsparing memoir, Barker uses her wry, incisive voice to expose the absurdities and tragedies of the forgotten war, finding humor and humanity amid the rubble and heartbreak." Publisher marketing.
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