The novel in which the reader has a decisive role in the fate of events


In Muhammad Kazeminiya’s intelligence and security novel “Alongside the Commander”, the “book reader” is the second most important decision-maker in the story after the first character, “Commander”, who plays the main role.

* Would you like to elaborate more on your book and its composition?

“Alongside the Commander” is an informational and operational novel with a unique level of excitement. The atmosphere of the book is very modern and the audience can fully immerse themselves in it. The style of the story is important, and it is one of the pillars of the book, as well as its most appealing feature. The style of the book is chosen so that the audience has a role in deciding the story’s path, and any glitches or mishaps that arise in the story’s sequel are entirely up to the audience.

* What was the inspiration behind writing this book?

The main objective of this book was to put the public in this situation and to see how they would react and make decisions in these circumstances. The inspiration for this book was to connect teenagers and young people to significant events that occurred during this crucial period in Islamic history and to events that still have a positive impact in Islamic society.

* Currently, what access does a narrator or historian have to the documents and sources he needs, and what are the obstacles in front of someone who wants to access these sources and documents?

The story is ambiguous, which means that even though many cases weren’t solved for us as they should have been, we can still find plenty of clues with further investigation. We have historical text and historical analysis because historical text contains clues to the past, but it is content analysis that can untangle the maze of problems. Another problem in this area is that some novels ask for details, but the translated sources are not always as accurate as they should be.

We spent a lot of time researching before we started writing the book; that is, the research was done first, and then it was turned into a cohesive story that we hope audiences enjoy.


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