Divided Together 2084

Publisher: A-Argus Better Book Publishers (related to W & B Publishers, Fayetteville, N.C.), is a traditional publishing company “dedicated to offering the best of the new and exciting authors as they begin to spread their literary wings and start to fly. Home of the newest and best of the authors this generation has to offer.”

Type: Thoughtful Mystery Novel

Style: Humorous, Futuristic, Romantic, Thriller-Mystery

In Divided Together 2084, a Muslim and a Christian, both criminology professors, fight serial killers and terrorists in a fictional Muslim country in A.D. 2084, while discussing their differing beliefs that motivate them to seek justice and protect life.

Mystery novel Divided Together 2084 front cover
Amazon.com--Divided Together 2084
One of a kind book that will stimulate your thinking after you put it down--This is a good read. It follows two individuals of different backgrounds as they work together to solve crimes against human life in 2084. It is a healthy mix of what the future may hold, as well as the tension and commonality between the Christian and Muslim faiths. If you enjoy a good mystery, then you will enjoy this book. If you want to dig deeper in the faith backgrounds of the characters, there is added information in the book for you to explore that subject.
Chad Schreur
Factory Manager

Divided Together 2084 has seven qualities:

1. Mysterious

  • I try to keep you guessing with a suspenseful, thrilling murder-mystery in which a Muslim and a Christian fight serial killers and terrorists together.
  • I hope that you can guess the main clue and criminal before they are revealed.

2. Romantic

  • I hope you enjoy Divided Together 2084‘s clean romance and also its good friendship.
  • You can take a justice-seeking journey with a Muslim woman, Akilah, and a Christian man, Farhan, as they fight serial killers and terrorists in a fictional Muslim land where they teach criminology at the local university.
  • They also assist police as part of the life-protection task force as their work begins in A.D. 2084.
  • See both friendly and romantic relationships develop side-by-side.

3. Thoughtful

  • Also, I seek to stimulate your thinking as you read Farhan and Akilah’s friendly discussions of their differing beliefs. You can learn from Christian Farhan new reasons for believing in the God of the Bible. If you’re a Christian, contrasting your beliefs with those of others, including Muslims, helps strengthen your faith in the God of the Bible.
  • In Divided Together 2084, Farhan’s approach to their friendship reveals a non-threatening way to approach people of other faiths. You can click on the title to read more with an opportunity to get it.

4. Humorous

  • My theory about writing all books, especially my mystery novels, is that their humor should balance seriousness.
  • By reading Divided Together 2084, You can enjoy human and hump-less-camel humor. Discover the good reason for the camel’s hump-less-ness, which is revealed in the novel.

5. Dystopian

  • I hope you can empathize with minorities who live in a place where another group is a large majority.
  • In Divided Together 2084, Farhan struggles with some Muslims in authority in the land where he teaches university students and tries to catch criminals as a consultant to the police.

6. Futuristic:

7. Alternate history

  • Let’s see together what changes in past historical events could have made Florida into a Muslim country.

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